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REPORT 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 



CHARITY HOSPITAL 



CxENERAL ASSEMBLY 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



1892 



HEW ORLEANS; 

A,W. HYATT Hl'ATI llNiillY IK ANL'i'Airri'KlNtJ OOHI'AMY, J.11IITKI).— «3SLi 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

Uarbti Main Sail or Hospital 

Board of Administrator* ..... , 4 

Pittance Committee 

House Committee. ........... 

KxaraininRCominiti 111 .!!"./."!.! I". !! 1" ".V. LI V. I! ^ ".1~""V.1\. *„,,'.'.'.' , 4 

ihil OMIivrs . , ...... , ' 

Attorney. "4. 

Resident students ,„,.....„.,.„ , 

[ndoor Staff— 

.. ........... 

Visiting PhyHJetantf.. . . ...... ... 

Itlng Oculists .. .".."", it 

Visiting Aurlsts, Rhlnologl&tts and Laryngologists " a 

itologisl ,, 

Visiting Di 1M1--1 ,; 

Outdoor VtVltlug-Btafr— 

7 

Mini.' Physicians . ' 7 

Visiting Oculists 7 

Visiting Aurlsts, Khinotoglsta Rndl-aryagoloelats... ... „... -. 

Visiting Deri ■ „., s 

iir.i; lvnl 1st, 

Mem< . . ., i, 

Annual lleporl of the Hoard or Admlnistratoi ...'..."..., 11 

tteport of lheSwretary and Treasurer ii 

Mi>|niri of Hi,' Bonsel Jonimltti i« 

'••' the fc'Inunee COi tt< 

■\> Disbursements. «j 

< oniparatlve statemei 

■ t ! I ! - -£} 

1 egacles, * ■ .■: Donations i" Ainoatanoe liuiiiiinL' fumi., .. ... 

1*1-"!" :Sos|ii|jil 2ts 

1 ■■< - U'knowledgod bj .'.'.'... a» 

Annual Keportol the House Surgeon.*, S2 

Report or the Pathologist. 

Deni tin 1 .............. „.'."'.'.!""!! 38 

RcpcirtOl till \ ml -i!.,:.- 

Hceord of the Out-Door Department... .... 

, 

Stunts roi uded In Aniplthcatrc 

8uinmnr> of * ■ 1 » - 1 . 1 rlc • .> ■< 

Monthly Stntemen ' ",'.'!L!",'.]'r 

1 paratl 

Tabl< ■ ...j Patients, Whl 

Tabic Knowing Nativity nl Pallents 

enpal Ion nl PatH •. - 

Cliiswltiod Report of lllsetueit, ' 

Tamon 

the Clrcnlnlorj t jam* 

i'lM-:- 

[vci >r. m - 

Diseases of the Kyo 

iih u[ 1 ;. ■atiori. . ......Z........... 

IH-i;i„ II ,.] [,,l . ,■ 

I It lOll! VII 

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MARBLE TABLET IN MAIN HALL OF HOSPITAL. 



THK 

CHARITY HOSPITAL 

OF LOUISIANA, 
WAS FOUNDED IN THE YEAR 1780 

BON AX It RES ALMON ASTER V llOXAx. 

To « rous endowi muntfloence ol the Decisis 

or this State, and the llber&Ut; of the 

STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, 

Tii.' community islnd themeana of erecting thin edlfloe, htiltttu 

i be 

TsO. 3D CGOXXXII 

Bis Excellency A. B. Roman, being Governor and Bx-OfSelo President 
ol the Institution. 

7b ren.iii a hleh and In 

U$ dfstinffultAi i' 

rills T.lltl.l.i n i.\ t.i i\ i HI < i in 



Etienne Bun', - - - 
Robert Cune, - - - 
Jul Ifii Poydran, Real 
'ic, Kstm't'd - 
Davenport, - 
J as. E. North, - - 
ICiiL'i'u- by, - 

li. <;. Taylor, - - 
( 'luis. Hchmidl , - - 
■[<>hii Burnulde, - - 
Charles Macready, - 
Mi>. Ijiiiiih Ingram, 
l; ea ' Estate be- 
queathed, estimated 



1.IHKI 11(1 
1,11(111 INI 


86,000 00 

e ii 


800 00 

500 mi 
10,000 00 

L600 (Hi 



;;,ihki mi 



Stephen Bender»on, 
( iottou Press propM 
Estimated, - - - 

U. Y. ( lhartubury, - 

.lulrs Cnssard, 

Caroline B. Simms, - 

Charlotte Plffet, - - 

Ji-iiii 1' irrnii, Heal - 

Estate ESstru'l'd - 
Pierre ( 'lande Bamorj 
V. J. Wood, 
Win. 11. Letchford - 
Thomas Smith, - 
Jean F. Schweil 



.V. 


-hi 00 


1,000 "<i 


3,000 00 




1,800 00 


00 mi 


, !,."> Ill 


,VH) Oil 


1,1 H III 1)11 


iOO 00 


20,000 nn 



Ura. Cora Livingston Barton, who died some yi I to the Roe- 

Bttaltbea of six thousand di l fund l.o In d 

from theanlool Ihepropcrti No. 751 Broadway, Ne-vy Yi 
of Julia Barton Hunt, and the Bon, Oarleton Hum, who, In tl 
A property. 



HOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS. 

His Excj;i.u:n. \, MllU'llY J. FOSTER, Ea^OTFICIO PbESIDEHT. 
Oil. SAMUEL LOGAN, VICK-PBK8TDBNT. 
G. AV. SKNTKIX, l»t. K. T. BHEPARD, 

Vf. G. VINCENT, A. K. BBOUSSEAU, 

GEO. SEEMAN, H, McMANUS, 

JOS. A. BHAKSPEARE. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE. 

i;. W. BENTELL, < ii.wkmav. HUGH McMANUS, 

GEO. SEEMAN, 



HOUSE COMMITTEE 

\, VINCENT, chaihman, \. B. BROUBSEAU. 



A'AVI MINING < O.MMI TTEK 

Db. SAMUEL LOGAN, < n, mum an, 

Dr. E. T. BHEPABD, [in. A. B. MILES, 

Do, J. I). BLOOM 



HOSPITAL OFFICERS 

Dr. a. B. MILES, . . . BTauae Surgeon. 

DB. J. D. BLOOM, . . . AsfliHtant Hoiiw SiirRfon. 

KDVVI.N MARKS, . . . Secretary and Treasurer. 

Bi. H. I). BEU3S . . . Pathologist. 

I>k. S. P. DELAUP, . . A^istant Pntliologisfc 

JOHN J. SIMEON, . . . Chemist and Druggist 

.1. 0. DsMAHY, . . . Clark. 

.HHIN PONDEB Engineer. 



ATTORNEY. 
E. H. FABBAB, BBQ. 



REPOR'l 0/ CJfARfTY HOSPITAL— 1891. 
REPORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



77 





_ 




Pat ients 
Discharged. 






NOMENCLATURE. 


1 

r. 
Z 

— 


u 

a 
O 


i, 
hi 
a 


P 


5 

s 

3 

2 




w|o 


\\ [0(1 


DISEASES ANT) CONDITIONS AT- 
TENDING CTEHO-tiESTATTON. 

Abortion 




5 




i 


























Abortion. Retained Placenta 






l 
... 


















1 






1 




1 




Premature Birth 










17 5 


80 


58 






11112 


1 






i 














Pregnancy. Pelvic Peritonitis 




... 












1 


Pregnancy. Pneumonia, Acute 






1 
1 

I 














Pregnancy. Muimnarv Abscess 






1 

2 






















... 




... 


... 


1 

■I 








Pregnancy, Excessive Vuinitim; 






1 




i 




1 


"i 






DISEASES OF THE BONES, JOINTS 
AND BUBS 

Ankylosis of Elbon Joint 








Ankylosis of Elbow Joint and Kin ■ 














... 


Ankylosis <il' Knee Joint, Acute . . 






2 


i 


i 








Ankylosis, General 










i 






Ankylosis Of Inferior Maxilla 










i 








Arthritis of Ankle Joint, Suppurative. 


1 


... 


1 
I 










































I 


i 
l 

i 






Arthritis of 1 11 p Joint, Acute 
















Arthritis oi Knee Joint, Acute 


















Arthritis of Knee Joint, Chronic.... 












1 


1 


... 


Arthritis of Knee Joint! Suppurative.. . 






I 
1 






Arthritis of Toe Joint, Suppurative .. 




















1 








Caries of Humerus 


1 


1 


























i 






4 








i 


... 


i 

l 




1 


('out ran i< m i.f Tendon of Index Finger 








= 


2 


1 




6 


1 


8 

1 




1 


.Necrosis of Phalanx of Big Toe 


Necrosis of Femur , 


1 


1 








1 










1 











78 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Contused. 





a 


Patients 
Discharged. 






MOMENCLATUHE. 


3 

1 

« 

8 

a 

33 

a 

ft. 




i 
> 

a 

1— 1 


! 

a 


t 
5 

T. 

B 

1 




«• 


c 


Wj i w 


Jclw 


u 







DISEASESOF THE BON ES, JOINTS 

and mits.]:. 












1 










i 






t 










Necrosis of Eugiform Cartilage 












1 


... 




Necrosis of Ensiform Cartilage and Sternum 


i 


i 




1 


... 


1 

8 








N«'t»isiii' Inferior Maxilla 

sisnr innominate Bone 






I 


... 


... 


Necrosis of Metatarsal Bone 


■1 


2 


1 


I 

1 
l 


;s 


! 

i 


1 


... 




Necrosis of Phalanx of Little Toe 


... 


Necrosis of i Ksctpital Bone 
































l 








Necrosis of Patella 


1 




























I 
1 


1 




necrosis of Radius 

Necrosis of Radius and Ulna 










l 
I 




2 
1 


... 


Necrosis of Rib 










"** 


Necrosis of Sacrum 
























i 






Necrosis of Tibia and Fibula 






1 




8 
I 

1 
1 


2 


:: 

1 






Necrosis of Superior Maxilla.... 
■ is of Dins 






1 






Necrosis of Temporal Hone 


1 










■ i*is of Phalanx of Toe. Amputation.., 




1 












Osteo-M yelitisof Femur, 












1 




Ostitis of Tibia 


1 




1 














Peri-Arthritis of Knee Joint, 




Periostitis, Acute 








1 




1 

1 
1 

"l 

1 

... 
1 


"i 

1! 
1 

"i 












1 


1 




Periostitis oi Tibia 








Periostitis, Sub-Acute. 








1 




1 




Sclerosis of 'I Ibia 










Synovitis of Knee Joint, Acute 

Synovitis of Knee Joint, < Chronic 


3 




3 


i 


"i 


i 

... 

:; 




Synovitis of Knee Joint, Sub-Acute 






1 
1 


• ' 




2 






DISEASES OF THE SKIN. 


















Elephantiasis of Labia 












j 





EEP0B1 01 CHARITY HO$PITAL-im, 



Tit 



REPOET OF DISEASES-CONTINUED. 



NOM ENCTjATUR E. 



.I"!'" 



n 


Pat'u>nbi 




s 


Discharged. 




3 

















, 




H 

01 






~ 


r 




V 


3 

> 

g 


> 

g 














- I 


3 




,2 


s 
- 


£ 



DISEASES OF THE SKIN. 



Eczema, Chronic 

Eczema, Papttlosam, 

ma nf Leg 

iiii, Srliu'ri'liii-al. 

Eczema, Squamous.... 

Ecthyma 

Derntutiiis. Simplex.. 
Dermatitis Venerate... 

Favus 

Herpes Zoster.,,. 

Impetigo, 

Pediculosis Corporis... 

Pemphygus, Acute 

Pamphalyx ,. 

Pruritus.. 



■..•-is 

Scabies 

Syphiloderma Papulosa*... 
Syphiloderma Vesiculosa. 

Struma 

Tinea Favosa 



TONlf DISEASES. 



Arsenica] Poisoning 

olic Aci.i Poisoning, Foreign Body iii 
Stomach 



Carbolic Acid Poisoning.. 
Oail Poisoning, Chronic. 

Mercurial Poisoning 

Opium Habit 

Opium Poisoning 



DISEASES OP THE EYE, 



Amaurosis 

Atrophy of Optic Nerve!! 

Cataract, < , i^<-ui[nl 

Cataract, Mature 

Cataract, Right Eye....... 

ract, Senile 

< ataraot, Secondary 



w [c|w ?nwK' w c 



2 ... 



kc 



STAT/-; Of LOUISIANA. 



REPOItT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



NOMKNCLATCBE. 



B 
"?■ 

M 

O 

— 



Si£ 



Patients 
Discharged. 



3 
- 



1 

£ 

— 



: 
> 

£ 

q 



1 

5 

3 



& I a 



w [c|w c|wju|\v| o 



DISEASES OF THE EYE. 



Choroiditis, Disseminated ■ 

Conjunctivitis, < tetarrhal ■ 

Conjunct! vitis. Granular, Chronic - 

Conjunctivitis, Gonorrhoea] 

Conjunctivitis, Maco-Purnlenl 

Corneal Opacity. R. Eye. Retinis. Choroi- 
ditis. ■ 

Ectropion of Lower Lid 

Glaucoma 

Granular Lids •■■ ■ 

[litis, Plastic Acute 

Iritis, Plastic. Chronic '•'> 

Iritis, Syphilitic 

IridiM'iiDi-iiiilitis, Sub- Acute 

[rido-CycIitlfi - 

Keratitis, Chronic 

Keratitis, Interstitial - 

Keratitis, Ulcerative ■■ 

Kerato-Iritis 

Leucoma, Corneal .■■■• 1 

Opthalmia, Gonorrhoea! I 

Opthalmia, Purulent - 

Panophthalmitis. 

Paresis of Ciliary Muscles • 

Perforation of i ornea 

Pterygium ' 

Strabisums • 

Trachoma, Chronic 

Ulcer of Cornea ■ 



1 1 
I 1 



1 ft 7 1 



1 I 



VENEREAL DISEASES. 



Bubo 

Bubo, Phagedenic 

Bubo, Suppurative 

Buboes 

Chancre 

Chancre and Bulm 

* Jhancre and Secondary Syphilis ... 

Chancroid. 

Chancroid, Phagedenic 

Chancroid, Phagedenic and Bubo., 



1 r, 



RESIDENT STUDENTS. 

i-umi ai'kii,, 1881, to Arm i.. 1808. 

•'• J - x " l<> - II. B, BOHN, 

C. MILO BRADY, c. L . HOBTON 

J. It. JIGGETTS, K. J. REEVES, 

H. I-'. "Ill FGPEN. Died September 8th, 1892. 

KBOM APRIL, 1802, Ti. APRIL, W98. 

■). K OECHSNER, ROBERT MORRIS 

J l; - ELLIOTT, Jr., p. k. BALDBIDGE 

IvMII.K REGARD, M. ROUCHON 

W. \\ . BUTTERWOBTH, .1. M. LOVELL. 

*Kp*I(!ent»tudpn«Rre»ppotii[edbyeorapemtve«samIn«tloii. 



INDOOR VISITING STAFF, 

FI&ITINQ SUEOEONS. 

t'KOll Wmr. IfiT TO IKTOBKK 1st Is'i' 

K - MATA «, M- "■ .1. K. S( liMIin.K \, j, 

<: CHASKAIGN u , \|. n. s. p. DBLAUP M h 

K *"• PARHAM, M. I). k. D . MARTIN, M l> 

[; '' 1;,,l;l,i: - M. [>. GEO. It. LAWRASON.M |. 

W. E. PARKER, U. I). p. MICHINARD \l D 

II. .1. HCHEROK, M. I,. i,. BEXTOX, M. I> 

''■ I!KI;,;I: - «• D. j ,,.\ LAURAN8, M. ]>. 

M >•< vor.t-.u l>r. 1802, r<, a run, i.-t 1808 

SAMUEL LOGAN, M. 1 i. |.;. SOCCHON M D 

B. S. LEWIS, M. I). ft. matas M [>' 

''•■ W. PARHAM, M. D. p. MICHINARD.'m 1» 

C CHAHHAIGNAC, M. I). OEO , B . LAWRAKON M [> 

I;. 1). I'h.WKK. M. 1). L . SKXTOX, M h 

J ',' DBLAUP, M. D. a. j. HUHERCK, M. ., 

" MARTIN, u. I». r. r . bobop V1 „ 

" s [ 'KWI8, M. D. .,. p. SCHMITTLE, M I) 



P. 


i:. 


.J. 


ii. 


p. 


ii 


H. 


M 


T. 


B. 


J. 


II. 


n. 


L. 


A. 


1. 



VISITINQ I'HYSlrlA Y.v. 

PROM AI'UII. 1st TO OCTOBER Isi, 1882. 

ABCHINARD, M. I>. HV. BAYON M I) 

BBMISB, U. I). n. s. COCRAK, M.*D 

BRICKELL, M. D. JOHN LAURANH M 

EO«TIER, M. I». (,. s. LEWIS, M, '[)" 

KENNEDY, M. I>. J. r. DbG RANGE M 

; AMI! ' M - l>. J. M. 80NIAT, M [>' 

. WfHIKR, M. I). a. j. BLOCH, M l> 

I.Klxtl \, Mp, • 



I) 



PROM OCTOBER 1ST, 1892, TO A I" It 1 1, 1ST, I 

JOSEPH .IdNKS, M. I). [,. I\ BEYNAUD, M. 1>- 

JOIIN I',. ELLIOTT, M. ti. HY. li.WiiN, M. 0. 

I*. E. ARCHINARD, M. I>. .1. II. BEMIS8, M. D. 

F. II. BRICKELL, M. D. T. 8. KENNEDY, M. D. 

(). I-. POTHIER, U. D. JOHN l.Al'KANS. M. 1). 

A. i;. TRAHAN, M. D. H. S. COCRAM, SI I). 

,1. T. DeGRANGE, U. I>. .1. M. ELLIOT, M. 1). 

A. .1. BLOCH, M. I). s. M. FORTIER, M. D. 

A. LEDOUX, M. I). .1. M. SONIAT, M. I>. 



visiting oculists. 

1 KuM \ 1 -Ji I I, 1ST TO OCTOBER )>T, I H 

K. \V. JONES, M. 1>. II. I>. BRUNS, M. 0. 

E. A. ROBIN, M. D. 

PROM OCTOBER IsT, 1*02, TO Al'ltll, l8T, 1893. 

II. 1 1. BRUNS, M, I). E. W. JONES, M. I). 

K. A. ROBIN, M. I>. 



VISITING WRISTS, RUINOLOGISTS AND LARYNGOI.O. 

GISTS. 

PROM APRIL 1st 'I'm OCTOBER. 1st, 1892, 

E. W. JONES, M. D. <>. JOACHIM, M. D 

FROM OCTOBER 1st. 1802, TO Al'ltll, 1ST, 1808. 

O. JOACHIM, M. D. E, \V. JONES, M. n. 



VISITING flEUMA TOI.OGIST. 

PROM OCTOBER 1st, 1882, TO Al'ltll. 1st, 1898. 

[SADORE DYER, M. 1>. 



VI SITING (WNTIiTS. 

PROM OCTOBER IBT, 1892, !"0 AflMl. 1st, 1898. 

A. G. PRIEDRICHS, M. 1>. 1.. I>. ARCHINARD, 1). I). S. 



OUTDOOR VISITING STAFF. 
vi&itino surgeons to the outdoor clinics. 

I''ll'"l APRIL 1st, 1802, TO OCTOBER 1st. I- 

V. CHA88AIGNAC, M. 1). p. w. PARHAM, M. I), 

K. MATA8, M. I>. ]•. MICHINARD M I' 

■'. IS. LAWRASON, M. D, |{. ('. BORDE M I) 

W. [■:. PARKER, M. D. H. .1. BCHERCK, W. D 

.1. T. DeGRANGE, M. I). ,j, p, 8CHMITTLE M l> 

H. K 1.IAYIS. M. I). |.. BERGE, M. I). 

8. 1*. DELAUP, M. I). 
PBOM QCTOBKH 1ST, 1893, TO APRII !s'l, I 

SAMUEL LOGAN, M. I). GEO. B. LAWRASON M D 

K. son HON. M. I). F. w. PARHAM, \1. D 

I{. MATA8, M. h. p. MICHINARD, \l. ]> 

W. i:. PARKER, M. I). w. s. BICKHAM, M. l> 

•I- !'. HCHMITTLE, M. D. K. 1). FENNER \l i> 

S. |'. DELAUP, M. [>. i|. S. LEWIS M I) 



VISITING PHYSICIANS TO THE OUTDOOR CLINICS, 

PROM APRIL IgT To OCTOBKR 1st, 1882. 

P. B. ARCHINARD, M. I). .1. |[. BEMISS, M. D 

T. S. KENNEDY, M. i>. i„ SEXTON. M I) 

s. M. FORTIER, M. D. J. II. LAMB, M 1" 

H. H. COCRAM, M. U. 3. LAURAN8, M. 1. 

O L. POTHIER, M. D. v. j. BLOCH, M. [> 

A. LEDOUX, M. Ii. j, \|. BONIAT, U. ]>. 

PROS) OCTOBES [ST, 1892, TO A cm I. 1st. I 

JOHN 15. ELLIOTT, M. I). .v. M , PORTTER, M D 

>'• : HIM Win. M. D. i, ii. TBAHAN, \[ D 

L. 8EXTON, M. D. a. LEDOUX, M. I) 

J. T. DeGBANGE, M. D. ,1. II. BEMT8B, M D 

T. S. KENNEDY, M. D. HV. BAYON M I) 

'•'■ II. BRICKELL, M. D. II. s. COCRAM, M. D 

JOHN LAUBAN8, M. D. O. L. POTHTEB M 1) 

R. V. BORDE, M. Ii. J. M. SON I AT, M. I). 
A. .1. BLOCH, M. I). 



VISITING OCULI&TS TO THE OUTDOOR CLINICS. 

PROM APRIL 1st, I Si).', tii OCTOBKR 1ST, 1892. 

II. I). BRUN8, M. I). K. w, JONES, M. I). 

PROM in TOBBB 1st, 1382, TO APRIL 1ST, 1898. 

11 " BRUN8, M. 1». E. W. JONES, M n. 

I). A. BOBIN, M. Ii. 



VISITING AURISTS, RH I NOLO GISTS AND LARYNGOLO- 

gists ro ran outdoor clinics. 

FROM APRIL 1ST, 1892, TO APRIL 1st. 1808. 

B, W. JONKS, M. I>. O. JOACHIM, M. I>. 



VISITING DERMATOLOQIS1 TO IJBTJB OUTDOOR CLINIC!* 

KROM APRIL 1ST, 1892, i'i> APRIL 1st, 1888. 

[flADORE DYER, M. I>. 



VISITING DENTISTS TO Till-: OUTDOOR CLINICS, 

FROM APRIL 1ST, 1892, I'u APRIL 1st. IH98. 

\. «. PRIEDRIOH8, M. It. L. I). ABCHINARD, I). 1). H 



3n QJflemoricun, 



SAMUEL LOGAN, IV!. D. 



Born al < Charleston, 8. I '., April l(i, is;!], and died suddenly. « bile 

on duty, Jan. 12, 1898. 

The deceased, descended of ancestors uniting the gentn of 
Scotland with families distinguished In the early annals of his 
native state, ever preserved through life and portrayed in every 
sphere of duty thorn high traits of character which were hlsown 
by righl of birth. 

Endowed by nature with special (tifta which prepared him for 
bin life-work, he attained a poaition in the profession of medicine 
worthy of the reaped of all men. 

As surgeon, operating on the field of battle during tin- civil 
war; as teacher of medicine in the schools if three of the southern 
cities, Charleston, Richmond and New Orleans; as visiting sur- 

gi to the Charity Hospital for a period of twenty yearn ; ami as 

physician, practicing laboriously in this community far twenty* 
threi years, bin lif< was one of extraordinary industry and use- 
fulness. 

Appointed an adniinistmtor of the Charity Hospital on the 80th 
of July, 1882, ami elected Vice-President at the next monthly 
meeting of the board, he a( once entered Into the spirit and pur- 
pose of the administration with thai Kealous interest which char- 
acterized the niiiii in the discharge of ei ery duty. 

Sharing deeply the sorrow which hi> death has caused, and 
realizing mosi seusibly the ins* sustained by ihis institution, Hie 
board of administrators, in special session held Jan. 18, 1893, 

/:,M,frid, That wenwium thedea ■ at physician, whose 

life exemplified all the highest attributes of hia calling; the loss of 
one of the si useful and honored citizens of Louisiana; an ad- 
ministrator of special aptitude in the managemeut of a public 
charity ; mid a friend of good counsel and rare fidelity. 

Risoh't tt u tri/i- , , Thai ihis memorial shall be inscribed on the 
minutes of the board, and thai a copy, duly attested, shall be for- 
warded in the eldest s f the deceased, as an evidence of • 

sincere sympathy with the bereaved family. 

A ii' x tract Prom the Minutes of the Hoard of Admiuistra- 

ii a special meeting held January 18, is!*;;. 

EDWIN MARKS, 

■V. ■ ri f"rj/. 



3Sn Qffilemoriam, 



J. H. WIENDAHL, M. D. 



Mr. <;. \v. Bentell then offered the following, which, after 
Motion, ■■ wag adopted, and the secretary directed i«. 

tranamll the same to the family of thelate Dr. J. K. Wiexdahl : 

"The Board of Administrators of the Charity Hospital, in 

ilar meeting assembled, note with sincere regret the death of 
theli late member, Dr. .(. li. Wibndahl. Through the tour 
years of his incumbency aa :m administrator be discharged the 
important duties of his hum with isealous ability. 

"His sterling character as a man, (lis acknowledged skill and 

usefulness as a physician, and iris broad minded and anoeaslng 

eharity, endeared him in public estimation. 

" We tender to bis bereaved family our earnest sympathies in 
tiu-ii dhri n 



A true extract (mm the Minutes. 



KDWIN MABKS, 
■ u try. 






ANNUAL REPORT 

UK TltK 

BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL, 

Forthr Year ending December 31 \ t8g*. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL. ) 

&T LTJ3 0B Lniisi \N.\, 
February 6, 1N'.I.">. ) 

To I lix Excellency, Murphy .1. foster. Governor of Ixratsiftna, Ex-Ofifolo I'n-sidont 
of tbe Board ol Administrators ol tbi Charity Hospital: 

Four Exccllotoy I beg leave in submit for your considers 
lion the following annual report of this institution. Von will 
find, accompanying this report, those of the House Surgeon, 
House Committee, Finance Committee ami of the Secretary and 
Treasurer, together with 1 1n- Clerk's report, and which together 
embody ami show the entire movemenl incidental to this ad 
ministrai ive year : 

Daily average of patients for yea* «»70 

Admissions. 7735 

Discharges 0573 

It is gratifying to aote t In- freedom from any epidemic dis- 
eases, ami thai whilst the number of pi tiehts have been at limes 
unusually targe, we have always been enabled to receive and 
properly provide and care for all applicants — none worth) being 
refused. 

Tin- increasing demands upon us by the indigent sick, will 
require that we arrange some method of increasing our capacity, 
This important matter is receiving our must earnest considers* 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



linn, and we trust in the near future to Ih- enabled to rej>orl hav- 
ing reached a satisfactory solution. 

Ii is proper to call attention to the great wanl of a separate 
building for the treatnienl of contagious diseases. The import 
aneeof this pressing need requires no comment, and ii will be 
the purpose of this board to span- no efforts to accomplish this 
purpose, ni.1 which recommends itself to us in keeping with the 
present progress of medical science, 

Ii was decided by the administration thai ii would serve the 
best interests of the Hospital to abolish the pay ward, leaving it 
optional with patients to pay or not 

The two buildings erected for use of out-door clinics have 
been occupiedsinee April 14, 1892. The sen ice was then started, 
and has been of a most satisfactory character, both in the larger 
scope and facilities offered for the treatment of patients, as well 
as in the immense benefits ii has afforded in relieving the crowded 
wards of the main building. 

/ It is with much satisfaction that we are enabled to report i he 
contemplation of :i careful and well matured system for our 
school, "for the training of nurses," and the anticipation ..t 
great benefits to accrue, not only to I his institution, but also to 
the general public / 

We are negotiating for the purchase of iron bedsteads ie re- 
placeall the wooden bedsteads now in use. The new furniture, 

which we contemplate purchasing and menti »d elsewhere, will 

Ik- more in keepingwith the wants of this institution and the 

system of hygienic improve nts. which have been adopted. 

The various committees have earefullj and faithfully per 
formed the important duties confided to them, with special view 
of keeping this Hospital i'hIK up to the most approved require- 
ments, and nl the same time maintaining its economical ad minis 
I ml inn. 

The painful duty devolves upon me of reporting the great 
less which this institution, us well as the general public, experi- 
enced in (lieiintiinely death of our late Vice-President, Dr. Samuel 



REPORT OF VRAR1TY HOSPITAL— 1892. 1:1 

Logan. He was r "true, man," in the failed acceptance of the 
word, with rare sense of justice i" all, a purity of mind and of 
character which is given few men to possess a devoted friend. 
He was charitable and unceasing in his attention to the many 
duties devolving upon him, and Leaves behind him as a heritage 
in his children :i name, pure, unsullied and withonl reproach. 

We are also regretfully called npim to report the demise of 
our esteemed co-administrator, Dr. J. II. Wiendalil. His ger 
vices for many years on this board were marked by high and 
elevated purposes, and Ins kindly and courteous nature endeared 
him to us. and causes his loss bo be much fell bj us. 

We beg leave to express our high appreciation and thanks 
for the valuable, patient and self-sacrificing services rendered by 
the good Sisters of Charity, as also to the House Surgeon and Ids 
A >s i stan is, fur their constant devotion to their duties, which seem 
of an increasing character 5 to our Seeretarj and Treasurer, 
Pathologist, 1 lie Clerk and Engineer, and to all the personnel of the 
residenl staff we also lender our high appreciation and thanks. 

Ttn- Amliulaiice Corps have accomplished their usual good 
work assigned to them in a faithful and satisfactory manner. 

The w nrk of the past year has been of marked importance to 
this institution in the material improvement that Is constantly 
being made, as well as in iis interior successful and judicious ad 
ministration. When il is borne in mind that at times nearly L000 
[lemons arc w ithiti its walls, it requires \ ery judicious and careful 
methods to have all work hanuuiiioitslv and Faithfully. 

Tlie administrators believe thai the Hospital will si am I favor 
able comparison with anj general hospital, aud ii is their aim 
and intention to keep up fully with the must approved methods 
ami progress in hospital hygienic administration. 

We desire also to lender to l he members of the visiting 
our grateful acknowledgments for the important and gratuitous 
ser\ ices they render. 

Reaped fully, 

' WM. G, VINCKNT. 

Vni.-PiiKsiuKvr. 



14 ST. i TE OF Lot 'IS I A NA , 



Report of the Secretary and Treasurer. 



CMAIJITY HOSPITAL, ) 
State of Lotjtsj t.w 
Nku ORLEANS, January 1, 1893. ) 

To tin- Vtoe-Fraldeal and Board of Administrator*; 

Qmtiemem— ] beg to present herewith the usual tables of the. 
Treasurer and to call your attention bo the following matters : 

LEG \<\ i:s. 

On the llih February, 1892, the Hospital was marie ilu> 
recipienl ofthe legacy of the laii-Tlms. Smith, Est)., ot'^.MKi. 

Onthe23d August, 1892, the Hospital was paid the legacy 
..i .^.Nt.ruKt. bestated bj the Int.- J. F. Schweitzer, the death of 
Widow .lean Senweitsser, the testator's step mother, terminating 
her osufrnct ofthe amount. 

LKAHBB. 

Tin- following leases of cotton press property wen' effected 
dnring the past year, to-wil : 

Lease \<< Sai I Boyd and il. O. Benedicl of thirteen lots 

in the Union Cotton Press, for three years, from September ], 
1892, and terminating Angus! 31, 1896, at *2,925 per annum, h, 
quarterly notes of #731.25 each. 

Least- in Samue] Boyd of four lots in Shippers' Cotton Press 
for five years, from Januarj l. 1893, and terminating December 
31, isi»7, at *7."iii per annum, in quarterly notes of CI 87. 50 each 



REPORT OF ( 11AHITY BOSPITAL—m IS 

LEASE OF THE 8ATTURE PROPERTY. 

DuriiijT the month of May, LS!>"2, in accordance with the gen- 
eral terms of the lease previously existing, the owners in interest 
of the Battnre Property, together with the lessees, bhe Texas and 
Pacific R. K. Co., assembled in tin* parlors of the Mayor of the 
City of New Orleans, and presented to his Honor, John Fitzpat 
tick, anil (In* Hon. Frank A. .Monroe, one of (be judges of 11"' 

CiviJ District Court, tin- legal board of arbitrators under the 
lease, all the facte and figures bearing apon it 

The decision of the arbitrators was rendered on the 30th May, 
and the amounts were apportioned the various owners on which 

tin- lease for n nsuing twelve years, terminating in May, L904, 

are to Ih' calculated on ;i rental basis of 8 per cent per annum on 
pro rata of ownership. The lessees, the Texas and Pacific B, EL 
Co., have demurred »1 the decision and have appealed to the 
Circuit Court of the United States, where the matter is now 
pending, lis soon as it is finally determined a proper lease will 
be executed. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

EDWIN MARKS, 

Sltf'HKTARY AM) TKKASi: l£UK. 



STATE Of LOUISIANA. 



'r 



Annual Report of the House Committed 



CHARITY HOSPITAL, > 
State of Iah ikiana, 

Nev Oim.kans. February 6, 1893. \ 
i >. Uie i Ice Preildrnl am) Hourdol Ldmtatslratore : 

Gentlemen — Your House C dttee would respectfully i-eporl 

tlt.il considerable progress, has been made I In- past year in k„. 
ilitcciii.il of the general improvement of the buildings cxterj«>rb 
ami with the view of improving the ventilation uml light of the 
interim-. These desiderata have lieen constantly before v «>ni 
committee, and "ill be followed up until nil such deficiencies i, 
been fully supplied. 

The fronl openings of the main huihliug have heen enlai 
fully one-thin] their previous dimensions and four light « hulows 
introduced, in lieu of the small panes used since the orig 
erection of the edifice in 1832. The enlargement id" I he win,; 
has brought the openings Hush with the ceilings of the w 
tli us nssisting the escape of the interior air ami aiding the su 

I 111 ion of tile Hillside iitlnosplicrc. 

The n|(l iind decayed plaster on t lie front ami ends of I In- ,,,.,,. 
building has been removed, and Porthiud cement substituted 

The painting of the clinic and front office buildings, \ v 
lias been made to coincide with the color of the main buil, ; 
renders the entire group of buildings fronting on Tidane \ \ rlu „ 
uniform in appearance. 

The grounds fronting the main building have heeu ftiVJv, Mu 
proved with the Schillinger walks surrounding and leaiiii, 
the outdoor clinic buildings. 



IMPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL~mfS. II 



The entire sidewalk on Tnlane Avenue, formerly brick, has 
beeu relaid with Mie "Schillinger," and the drains in fronl prop- 
erly graded and enlarged. 

The expendit arcs for tin* past year were: 

On aCCOUUl nt" Improvements ^lU.Sltl !».") 

On ;jk -t ■< j 1 1 1 1 1 hi repairs , 5,539 58 



Making a total oh both accounts of. $16,359 53 

The clinic buildings have been thoroughly tested, and have 
beeu found satisfactory, hygienically, and for practical use. They 
were formally turned over to the state, April II. 1892, anil were 
appropriately received by the then exeentive, Governor Francis 
T. Nich.dls. 

li i.- in contemplation in refurnish the Hospital wards with 
iron liedsteads, aseptic cases for medicines and surgical dressings, 
and glass-covered tables, adopting the highest standard of those 
must approved of in the besl regulated hospitals; and your com- 
mittee, under authority granted bj yonr resolutions, arc in eor- 

ri'sj Icnce with leading manufacturers of such articles. This 

indispensable improvement will necessitate a large outlay, but 
one imperatively needed and fully justified by the progress every- 
where manifest in hygienic hospital furnishing. It is further 

'inplated to remodel and enlarge the rear openings of the 
main building to conform to those in (rout, and which will male 
rialh add to the ventilation nl those wards. 

The verj important matter ni the creation of the Training 
Si-himl I'm Nurses, conferred upon your committee, is in progress, 
and during the coming year will be put in fall operation under 
the general system heretofore outlined. We have carefully en 
deavored, in its organization, to frame and develop a lasting sys 
tern in the practical, as well as technical, medical instructions, 
and we trust i lie school will be of materia] benefit to this institu- 
tion, as well as to the general public. / 

The Ambulance Corps have continued their satisfactory ser- 
vice, and have been full) enabled to respond to all calls. 



18 STATJ2 OF lor IS! ANA. 

Contracts For supplies to the Hospital have 1k*oii sat isfactorilj 
filled 

Your committee, in conclusion, iH*<r leave to return their 
test llninks to ih<- excelleni Sisters of Charil> Kir l he admira- 
ble wanner in « nich all I lie arduous and iim-oasing dm ies de\ 
iii^ upon them have been performed. Thej would especially 
mention and commend the very important serv iees of the chief 
engineer, Mr. John Ponder, who lias Imxw as assiduous as ever in 
I In- performance of his dm 

Reaped lulls submitted, 

\VM. G. VINCENT, Chairman;. 
\. U. BROUSSEAU. 



Detailed cost of Construction, Furnishing, etc., of Outdoor 
Clink Buildings, as per \ onchers on file and examined : 

Construction Aecounl $33 19 

Pnrniahing Acconnl 395 

Cost of Sewer Pipe 1007 

Cos! of Schfllinger Pavement .. $22 

Architects Fees i ? 068 59 

U05 07 

Nr.w iii:i.i:ass. July L2, 1892. 

EDWIN MASKS, 

Trkahitrer 
Approved July L7, L892. 

GEO. SEEMAN, 

FOB FtNANOE CoaaOTTKK. 






RMPORT OF CHARITY H0SPJTAJ^189S. lit 



Animal Report of the Finance Committee. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL, 

STATE of Loi i si \s \. 
New Orleans, February I, 1893. 

To 111"' VIcr.J'rrj-Hh lit Bad Bo&n) "t A drill] I isr in rtn> : 

Gentlemen— Y our Finance Committee ik-j> leave i" report 
thai the financial affairs of the Hospital are in ;i prosperous con- 
dition. Much of the surplus means on hand al the close of the 
past year will iw absorbed during the (jurrenl yearbj payments 
for the large and necessarj work of interior furnishing, He. about 
i*i be entered into bj the Board. 

The affairs of the Hospital have been administered with due 
economy. We have no recommendation to make. 
Respectfully submitted, 

G. W. SENTELL, Chairman. 
GEO. SEEMAN, 
HUGH MoMANUS. 



STATE OF LOUISIANA, 



WXIAI, STATEMENT OF (ASH RECEIPTS AND 

Knit Tin. S I VK liMUNi; 

RECEIPTS: 

Tush on band per lasl report, January 1. 1892 124,185 .".5 

Auctioneers' returns ., 11164 58 

Louisiana State Lotfcerj < '« « 40 000 no 

Slaughterhouse Fees, Art 87, L888 10,240 ?o 

Bills Receivable, Ren( Notes paid... 3 106 24 

State Warrants, 1892 , 30,000 00 

Licenses !.,„;,. 0Q 

P:l > Patients 2 ,55] 00 

{i; "" Pw » 1,263 »r> 

Deceased Patients, lefl bj Hu-m no 30 

Sales of 8 tries j : ., ., 

Certificates li)9 Un 

Legacies, Donations, ete ■'■'-'1-, i-- 

*■■■ «»*J ' >'o l|,> 

Ren1 ofProperty, 10 and 101 Villere street 220 un 

Nkw <>i{i.i-:ans. January 1. 1883. 

EDWIN MARKS, 

Tkkam kkr. 



BEPOBT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1832. 2] 



DISBURSEMENTS MA1>1-; 11V THE TREASURER. 

Deobkbkb 31, 1892. 

DISBURSEMENTS; 

Meal $ 8,591 49 

Bread 6,119 63 

Furl 4,475 40 

Milk 4,265 24 

[ce 760 20 

Groceries 13,284 82 

Repairs, etc 6,589 98 

Improvements 10,819 95 

General and Contingent Expenses 2,440 00 

imbulance Serviee 1,726 87 

hili-i rtniifs... 456 87 

Bouse Furnishing and Dry Goods 4,n-_>.i 64 

Medical and Surgical Sappliea 9,737 80 

Pathological Department 60 65 

Employes 14,341 95 

Sisters' Clothing 3,000 00 

Marketing , 5,414 55 

Officers' Salaries 14,950 00 

Stationery and Printing 15 11 

[nsurance. L,826 00 

Hospital Library 38 00 

dime Building Fund 2,524 77 

Outdoor Clinic Serviee i.in 17 

Ingram Legacy... 64 76 

Special Legacj Fund, "Whitaej National Hunk/' 20,001 

$136,503 07 
Balance Cash January I. L868 Hi.TSl is 



$153. 311 25 



STATE OF LOVI&IANA. 



OOMPABATIVE STATEMENT (>!•' DISBURSEMENTS 

For years 18&1-189&, being Actual Expense* for maintenance of llo.s 
pilai for the respective years: 

1891. 1892. 

M, ' ;l1 * 8,132 m $ 8,591 nt 

Bread 5,527 08 6,119 62 

Fl "' 1 .. 3.705 80 1,475 U) 

■ Milk 3,916 75 1,265 24 

[< " ( ' ■ 1,100 25 760 20 

Groceries 12,861 72 13,281 82 

Bepaiw,etc 2,706 21 5,539 68 

bnprovemente , 8,151 93 L0,819 96 

General and Contingenl Expenses 1,253 34 2,440 00 

AiulmlaiH-c SiTvii-r 1,882 S3 i J2( 

Entenaeate , m 46 t - )(1 s l 

Jlonsr I'lniiishin- ;uiil Dry Goods 2,407 82 1,024 i;j 

Ketfcal and Snrgieal Supplies 8,689 94 9,737 80 

Pathological Department 89 IT 60 c,- 

Bmployea i:;. y)l ; 25 14,3*1 % 

Sffitffls' Clothing 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Marketing... 1,963 40 5,414 5fl 

Officers' Salaries I i.du L4,950 00 

Stationery and Printing ;,si 63 955 1 

Insurance ,.„!!, ,-, iS lS2G |(j( 

Hospital Librarj 27 00 :;,s , m 

Outdoor Clinic Service... 111! 

$94,159 76 *n:;..i; 
Xiw Oeleanb, January 1. 1898. 

EDWIN MARKS, 
Teeasub 






REPOIIT OF CHARITY HOSPITA Is—imn. 23 



Final Balance. 

MKt'K.M I1EH 81. 1892, 



ilTY HOSPITAL, i 

3TAXE OF LOUIS] LKA, f 
BANS, Jan, I. L893. ) 



HI AMITY HOSPITAL, 
St L 

Nk\V OHI.K 



UK. (i:. 

Profit and Loss 147.087 98 

Hospital Assets 11,981 26 

Bills Receivable — Bent Notes $il,ft8] 25 

.stnlf Warrants, 1892 10,01)0 00 

Special Legacy Fund 20,000 00 

Cash 16,781 18 

Ingram Legacy.... 306 75 

:* "lit. Of Hi is 159,069 18 
EDWIN MARKS, 

Tkeastjkeb. 



24 STATE OF LOUISIANA 



CHARITY HOSPITAL, i 
State of l-m isiaxa, j 
Treasurer's Offh 
. Ni;u Obxbaks, January l t. 1S»3. ! 

The undersigned having been duly appointed a committee to 
examine the accounts of the Treasurer, for the year ending |>,.. 
cember 31, 1882, as provided by Article 392, Revised Statutes, 
do hereby iTi.ortn.Ml they have made the examination sis eon- 
template*!, and find the books, accounts and statements true. 
just and correct 

A. K. UIMH/SSKAC. 
JOS. A. SHAKSPEARE, 
G. W. SENTELL. 



REPORT OF cilA ItlTY HOSPITAL- 25 



LIST OF I.i:<:ai-|I-:s AND DONATIONS TO THE AMBULANCE I'l M> 

AND GENERAL ITND OF THE CHAIIITY IIOS1MT A [., 

SECETVED UY THE 'PEEAgUBEB DURING 

thk \ j;ak Isjkl'. 



1892. 

Jan. 21. Donation Serewmen's Benevolent Asaocia- 

tion .No. i. to Ambulance Service 100 00 

Vt ' h - 11. Payment of legacy Thomas Smith, Esq 2,500 00 

FH>. li. Donation of "Ansfcro-SlavoniaaTagofWar 

Team," through S. M. Fueieh, captain... 25 00 

M.h. in. Donation Mrs. II. p. Phillips, to "Boy's 

Ward" 128 00 

.Itin<- !>. Donation Southern Pacific E. I!. Co.. to 

Ambulance Service too oo 

June 18. Donation Louisville and Nashville B. R. 

Co., in Ambulance Service. loo oo 

July is. Donation American Sugar Befining Co., to 

Ambulance Service urn qq 

Ang. 23. Payment ol legacy oi' J. V. Schweitzer, de- 
ceased, through Messrs. A. t S; P.J. Drey- 
fons, executors 20,000 00 

Sept. l. Donation New Orleans and North Eastern 

H. \(. Co., to Ambulance Service too oo 

<><•(. 20. Donation Mr. I!. McCarthy 26 00 

Dec, 14. Douation New Orleans Cotton Exchange, 

tn Ambulance Service .-,[.- 50 

!>*'(■. 29. Donation Shakspeare, Smith & Co., to Am- 
bulance Service 2") oo 



S,715 50 
Sv.w OtttEAKB, January I, i^f)2. 

EDwm marks; 

Treasures. 



26 & 1A TE Ot 1,0 1 'IS I A SA . 



Property of Charity Hospital. 



DECKMIiKU :si. 1892. 



i;|'m, kstatk. 
Hospital grounds and improvements. 
Union Ootton Press, thirteen lots. 
Shippers Cotton Press, four lots. 
i Semeteriee, i wo lots. 
Batture Cotton Press property. 
AmluilaiH'c Building anil lots fronting on Tnlane avenue, oppos 

tin' Hospital. 
Double slated frame cottage Noa'40 and 10] Villere street 
Ken! estate, etc., in East Carroll parish, near Lake Prnvidenee, Lu. 



wtwrmi rs. 
Three ambulances and equipments. 

Eight horses. 

Hospital wagons and harness. 

Surgical, electrical, microscopical and other instruments. 

Furniture and household eft'octs. 

Library. 






BILLS RECEIVABLE— BENT NOTES. 

1 jR<*m noteof Samuel Boyd due January 3, is<t:j. for.,$ ]_«- -,,, 
11 Kent notes of Bnvd A Henodiel tor £731.25 eaeh, 

last DOte maturing Angus! :u, 1895 8,043 

20 Knit notes of Samuel Boyd, each for 1187.50, last 

note maturing Deeeinlier :jl. 1897 3,7">0 00 

911,981 25 



REPORT OF VlfAIUTY UOSPITAZr- 



. TK.MI'.NT OF DT8U2ANCE8. 

A moil nl in 

On Hospital Building, etc $124,000 00 

°" Library 2,500 00 

On New Extension Building 20,000 00 

On Pathological and Dead Bouse Building 9,000 00 

On Eye Operating Boom 1,000 00 

On imbalance Building.. - ... 8,000 00 

On Female Clinic Building , 12,000 00 

On Male Clinic Building 12,000 00 

On Furniture, etc., in Clinic Braidings, 81,500 each... 3,000 00 

On Sheds Union Cotton Press. ■ 9,760 00 

On Sheds in Ambulance Yard 1,200 00 

On Cottages Nos. 40 and 40? Viilere Street l,50n 00 

On Steam Boilers 10,000 00 



1213,950 00 



DETAILED LIST OB l\si RANGES EXPIRING FEB. 19, 1895. 

Hartford Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn * 15,000 00 

Home Insurance Company, New York 10,000 00 

Hartford insurance Company, Hartford, Conn 7,500 00 

Hartford Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn 1,200 00 

London & Lancashire Fire insurance Company, 

Liverpool 15,000 00 

Germania insurance Company, New York 5,000 00 

Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company, Philadelphia. 5,000 00 

BoyaJ [nsurance Company, Liverpool 10,000 <m 

Guardian [nsurance Company, London 5,000 00 

Norwich Union Pire [nsurance Company, England... 5.000 oo 

Wal :il Pire [nsurance Company, Hartford, Conn... 5,000 00 

[nsurance Company oflforth America, Philadelphia. 6,601 

San [nsurance Office, London, England i;.r>m» oo 

Lancashire Insurance Company, Manchester, England 7,000 00 



v/.l ri: OF LOUISIANA. 

Providence Washington [nsuranee Company, Provi- 
dence, I!. I , 5,000 00 

Caledonian insurance Company, Ediuburg, Scotland. 10,000 00 

German American Insurance Company, New York... 5,000 00 

American Fire [nsaranee Company, New Fork 5,000 00 

Northern insurance Company, London 5.000 00 

Phoenix, Insurance Company, Brooklyn 6,500 00 

Pliu-ni\ Insurance Company, London 5,000 ho 

Sun .Mutual Insurance Company, New Orleans 5,000 00 

Phoenix insurance Company, Hartford, Conn 5,000 00 

Merchants' insurance Company, New Orleans 5,000 00 

Cresceni insurance Company, New Orleans ... 5,000 00 

Southern insurance Company, New Oilcans 5,000 00 

New Orleans Insurance Association, New Orleans 5,000 00 

Mechanics and Traders* Insurance Company, Nen 

Orleans 5,000 00 

Hibernia [nsuranee Company, New Orleans 5,000 on 

Germania Insurance Company, New Orleans 5.000 00 

Sun Mutual [nsuranee Company, New Orleans 5.0011 00 

Georgia Some [nsuranee Company, Columbus, Ga... 5.000 00 

Georgia Some [nsuranee Company, Columbus, Ga... 1,500 00 

$201,700 00 
DJS1 BANCE BXPTMNG MAY HI, 1S93: 

Hartford Fire [nsaranee Company, Hartford. Conn.. 2,250 00 

QfJSl Kami; i;\hi:in<; AUGUST. 20. 1895: 

Hartford Steam Boiler [nsuranee Company.. 10.000 00 

Total *213.950 00 



i KMK.VT OF PBOVI8IONH AM) FUEL CONSUMED Dl HIM; 
vkai: 1S'.I_' 

Bread 219,4*SN lbs. 

Meat las.ONO lbs. 

Ice 372,700 lbs. 

Milk. 21,476 gal 

Fuel Pittsburg 10,440 bbls 

Fuel— Anthracite., "'2 inns. 

el— Charcoal 10 sacks. 



REPORT OF CHARITY H< >sriT.\L-m2. 29 



Donations 



A('KXO\VLi:i>(,KI> ]!Y 8ISTEB AdNKS. 

.Mrs. Jean Schweitzer, 10 gallons icecream, cakes and candj 
for children. 

Mr. li. St Sandys, through the Misses Robinson, two dozen 
dolls. 

Mr. \v. C. II. Robinson, clothes for patients. 

Mrs. Harrison, reading matter. 

Chess, Checker and W'liisi riul>. reading matter (anndrj 
times I. 

Mr. A. McDermott, 5 pairs children's crntches. 

Mine, Decuir, 1 pair crntches. 

Mrs. Chas. Elder, reading matter. 

Mrs. Morris McGraw, 15 yards calico and 6 [>;iirs hose for 
children. 

Mrs. Horace P. Philips, elothivs tor patients. 

Mrs. Chayner, B gallons wine and 10 gallons vinegar. 

Miss May Rollins, clothes and (rait 

Mrs. J. C. Moise, Lbarrel oat meal, i barrel potatoes, L08 
1 mis breakfast bacon. 

Mrs. E. I.. Mitchell, reading matter (sundry times). 

Mr. Frank Carroll, reading matter (sundry times . 

Mrs. M. (Jillis. case strawberries for children. 

Mrs, Biggins, I pair crutches. 

Mrs. I-:. ,1. Bryan, reading matter. 

Mrs. Fulton, reading matter. 

James u pairs crutches, peg and artificial leg. 



30 STATE 01 LOVISTANA. 



Miss E. Duggan, children's clothes. 

Miss ll. Freret's Circle of St. Margaret's Daughters, L3slips 
and i'-i shirta for cMldren (all m 

Mr. Bonlet, French Market, LO sacks oysters. 

Mr. Thomas Nelson Page, through Dr. Brans, l' storj books 
for boys, 

Mrs. K. CPurkett, clothes for patients. 

Miss Bessie Behan, 6 tally-ho rides for children. 

Mrs. M, Diettei, Bay St Louis, large box of pears and grapes, 

Mrs. Ij. .1. Karris, i-eading matter. 

Mrs. Turanian, children's clothing. 

Mrs. Pintat, 521 yards km calico, and <i Large towels, 

.Miss 'in lie Amu. bundle of silk pieces. 

MissSantj Kelly, Nichols P. O., box of oranges and nuts, 

si. ^nn'8 Circle of St. Margaret's Daughters, 16 dozen pieces 
infants' clothing (all new). 

Messrs. Lefebvre, 1 barrel lasses and 1 barrel sugar. 

Miss iviitli Duggan, cloak for child. 

Mrs. .1. ||. DeGrange, 2 bolts calico, 

Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Stern, boa assorted toys for children. 

Mrs. Delos Mellon, 20 story books. 

Mis. Tureraan, toys ami clothes for children. 

Mrs. Geo. Denegre, turkey, auts and candy for little hoys. 

Miss Magda Porstall, shoes for sick child. 

Mr. Mmaii. Fori St Philip, 2 barrels oranges. 

Mrs. .(. !•:. Seaman, Christmas tree. 

Messrs. Snijih Brothers & Company, 12 turkeys. 

Mrs. Curtis, I geese. 

Mr. Owen Oahill, 2 turkeys. 

Mr. Louis Buch, 2 ]iij. r s. 

Mr. M, Salomon, - pigs, 

Messrs. Beerfi Wise, i barrel onionsand I barrel potatoes. 

Col. Jos, A. Walker, free ride to lake for children and old 
people. 



REPORT OI CHARITY HOSPTTAIj—mg. 31 



Mrs, Bdmond Souehon, several l>o\es of dolls and toys. 

Mrs. I. Sewman, confectioner; For children. 

Messrs. Doyle & Rice, kindling wood (sundry turn 

Messrs. A. Lehman &Co., dry goods (sundrj times). 

Messrs. Jos. Bowling & <v., dry goods (sundry times). 

Mr. Geo. Koch, vegetables (weekly). 

.Miss Marion Mitchell, half dozen dressed dulls and toys. for 
children. 

Mr. ;nnl Mrs. Peter Blaise, large box of dolls and toys. 

Miss Queenie Homes, pretty doll and toys for children. 

Win. Partonge, remnants for pants. 

John Dufour, 12 turkeys. 

.Mis, \V in . Midler, toys and clothes for children. 

Tally ho rides for the children, through Mrs. Edith B. !>'• 
negre. Ladles contributing: Mrs. Gayle Aiken. Mrs. llu<;li 
Aiken. Mis. Dr. Stanhope Jones, Mrs.'! 1 . I„ Baym*. Mis. .1. II. 
Kennard, Mrs. Geo. Denegre, Mrs. OmerVIller6. 

The following ladies contributed elothing for the children : 

Mrs. Stanhope Jones. .Mrs. J. Gaylc Aiken. Mrs, Jules 
Aldiire, Si-., Mrs, Jules Aldigc, Jr.. -Mi's. .1. II. Kennard. Mrs. 
Fernand Claiborne, Mrs. T. I.. Bayne, Jr., Mrs. Geo, Deni 
Miss Jennie Jamison, Misses Martin, Miss Sarpy, Miss Dufour, 
Mi.-s Ainilie Bolian. Misses Hilda and Clara Meyer. Miss Leeds, 
Miss Magds Forstall, Miss Louise Minor. Miss Ajigele Puig, Miss 
Lizclla Ilea. 



Sundry small donations from visitors $12 oh 

Donation from Mrs. (VXeill for Johnnie Crowley, in ward 49 50 oo 

Donation from D. !■'. Bourgeois, si. James Parish 20 oo 

Donation from Hoo Bm Ling, ward 8 j.o 00 

Donation from Dr. Larue , C no 

Donation from .Mrs. Lee, ward 13... 5 oo 

Donation from "Id German lady, ward 42 6 00 

Donation from poor woman 3 00 

Donation from .Mrs, (has. Nassac, Julj 31st, l«rj r> oo 

Donation box in front hall 18 05 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



I 

Annual Report of the House Surgeon. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL, ) 

State of Louisiana, ■ 

New Okleans, Decembers!, L892. \ 

To tin' Board • <! idmitilgl nM 

<;<-n(lniH-ii—'Y\w medical and clerical records of the Hospital 
including the tableaux of dis Mined in accordance with 

the statutes, ami also the usual special reports briefly summariz- 
ing the wi.ik ni' tin- year, are herewith respectfully submitted. 

Ai the las) annual report, 686 patients remained under treat- 
menl ; during the year .";:;:. oew patients were admitted, making 
a total <>isi 2 i inmates treated ; white, 5491 ; colored, 2930. The 
daily average of patients during the year was 670, 

The number of inmates is L073 in excess of the previous 
year. The Increase in the number of admissions is due largeh 

i'>n pidemie pre\ alence of La Grippe, and I tie multifarious ills 

which it entails. 

Since the establishmenl of the Children's Department, in 1884 
then- has been a gradual increase In the uumber of admissiona 
There were 219 children under 10 years of age admitted during 
the year. Main of these little patients suffer of surgical dise 
and deformities, which necessitate the use of orthopedic appar 
atus. and we respectfully recommend an increased expenditure in 
this departmenl in the purchase of special appliances, rolling 
chairs, etc, indispensable in the proper care of crippled and de- 
formed children. 

Of the 8421 inmates treated, H-"i7:i were discharged; cured 
3163, or 48 per cent; Improved 2194, or 33 per cent.: uninv 



REPORT <>/■ i BARITY BOSPITAL- 



proved 1216, or about lii per cent. There were 1135 deaths, a 
mortality of 13 per cent. 

The Dumber of visiting patients treated in the wards of the Hos- 
pital, from January 1, to April 1, was 3648. The nmnber of consul- 
tations in the Outdoor Department, since it was opened on the tst 
of April, was 11,026. Hie organization of the Outdoor Clinics as a 
separate department, and their inauguration on the 12th of April, 
under the auspices of liis Excellency, Governor Francos T. 
Nicholls, was a verj Important event of the year. These clinics 
an now thoroughly "i^mi/ni. nireriug facilities in the various 
clinical divisions for the treatmeat * « I" :i 1 1 diseases, medical, surgi- 
cal and special, occurring in men, women and children, while 
ami colored. The medical service in this department has been 
unproved bj the election of tin- corps of externes, who supple- 
ment the work of the internes without any official friction. We 
beg to recommend the adoption of a rule restricting the election 
of externes, as well as internes, to those students who have at 
tended one lull course i>r lectures, and whei have passed satii 
torily a competitive examination. The externes, in our (nag 
ment, should be elected foroneyear, with the privilege of retir- 
Lng At the expiration of sis months; and at the dose <>( their 
term, if deemed worthy, they should receive a certificate of their 

tee. 

The Ajnbnlance Corps have done good work and sustained the 
reputation of this department by their Zealand efficiency. The 
calls answered during the year numbered 1484. MCanj calls are 
needless, and this evil must still exist unless the telephone com- 
pany urge upon their patrons the necessity of restricting the use 
of their instruments for summoning an ambulance onlj i<i such 
persons as are perfectlj responsible. 

The separation of the Outdoor Department from the Indoor 
and all the conveniences and advantages incident therein, have 
prepared the waj for various changes and improvements in the 
household management^ and. fortunately, the very munificent 



84 STATE OF LOUISl 



donation of Mr. J. F. Schweitzer has provided tin 1 means cwn- 
tinl Id ih*' work. I n this connection, tin- following suggestions 
are respectfully submitted : 

'l fiat iron bedsteads, specially designed and eonstructed fox 
the purpose, shall take the place <>!' the wooden bedsteads now in 

use. 

That :is man} metal framed, glass topped tables as beds, shall 
be purchased for use in the wards. 

Thai every ward of tin- Hospital shall l>e furnished with an 
as* ptie case for holding medicines and surgical dressings. 

Thiit rubber matting shall Im> substituted throughout the 
buildings for all materia] made of cotton or wool. 

That all utensils used in the wards for domestic or medical 
purposes BhaU be made of china, glass or enameled metal, to the 
exclusion of all wares of inferior quality. 

It was clearly i In- intention of the benefactor that the work- 
ing facilities of the Hospital should be improved ti» the extent of 
his donation of 120,000, and, in oar judgment, the suggestions 
above indicate a verj useful way in which a part, at least, of this 
donation may be applied. 

The organization of the Charity Hospital Training School, 
now in charge of your special committee, intended to carry ouU 
the system ol nursing contemplated by Sister Agnes, is a matter 
of very great importance, and this movement should be fostered] 
in everj possible way. As soon as the means of the hospital will 
permit, a home for the nurses should \»' erected mi these premises. • 

tu the interna] medical management several changes have 
occurred which deserve mention. The inadequacy of accommo- 
dation for colored patients forced us to give another ward to the 
medical diseases of colored men. The number of colored patie 
admitted during the year was JIS in excess <>f the previous year. 
Ail the colored wards are crowded. A movement has been iuitj. 
ated by the colored people of thi ded l>y their friends her* 

and elsewhere, looking to the establishment of a hospital in New 



BEPOBT OF < H.UISTY lh>sPITAL—1892. 86 



Orleans for the colored race. A hospiial for i lie colored people 
of this State, commensurate in importance with their educations] 
institutions, would be a charity of incalculable benefit to them. 

The closure of the pay ward of Hie Hospital baa removed a 
class of privileged pal tents, who were a source of much vexation, 
arising from their complaints and demands, which usually quite 
exceeded (he small amount paid into the treasury. The internal 
management of the house has been greatly simplified by creating 
the impression in the minds of all patients thai they have equal 
rights and enjoy equal advantages in a public charity. 

Tin- medieal facilities of the Hospital would be greatly im- 
proved if means could be provided for the following purposes, 
which we beg leave to suggest : 

The establishment of accident wards for the reception of the 
moribund and patients admitted at night. Theroomnom in use 
is inadequate for the purpose. 

Wards for the separate treatment of malodorous diseases, 
such as gangrenous wounds, fetid abscess, extensive burns and 

scalds, etc. 

Rooms separate from the .Main Building for die fcemporarj 
care ui' put icnt.s wildly delirious and maniacal. 

Wards in a separate building for Hie special care of contagious 
and infectious diseases. 

The construction of a new Amphitheatre, or surgical operai 
i * • i_c room, of modern pattern and equipment, in accordance with 
all the requirements of the advanced surgery of the day. The 
benefactors of the eastern cities have given liberally in the eon 
structdon of such operating rooms in connection with some of the 
must renowned of their hospitals. The models of such surgical 
rooms are found to. day in connection with the Massachusetts 
Genera] Hospital, of Boston, and the Presbyterian and Roosevelt 
Hospitals, u t'New York. As means have already been proi 
for the accomplishment of so many works of improvement, n 
in our earls annual reports, we have an abiding faith that sunn- 



STATE OF LOUISIANA, 



day all, or oearlj all, of these improvements herein suggested 
will Ih- effected. 

The work of the year has been saddened by the death of 
Sisu-r Philomena, who devoted many years of her long and useful 
life l«» the Ben ice of the Hospital : also bj Mir death <>r Mr. fl. v. 
Thigpen, whose record as :i resident studeul was excelleni and 
whose character withonl reproach; ami again by the death of 
Mr. John Johnson, the chemisl for twenty years, who died sud- 
denly on the 1st ni December. 

Oar grateful acknowledgments air due to the residenl ami 
visiting staff for the part thej have borne in the work of the 

year; and especially \<< the kssistanl Boose 8urg( Dr. J. D. 

Bloom, whose meritorious services we desire t mmend. 

Ii\ their unflagging faithfulness, at all times, in the discharge 
of every duty connected with the care of the sit-k. the Sisters of 
t'hariiy deserve our sinceresl gratitude. 

Herewith are presented, with our approval, all tin- annual 
reports of the special branches of the Medical Department. 

In conclusion, we beg to report favorably on the gen 
condition of the Hospital. The improvements already inaugu- 
rated under yum- administration, and those now contemplated, 
will surely redound very greatly to the benefit of the Hospital and 

tin- thousands who annually reeeh e its charity. 

Respectfully submitted, 

L It. MOLES, 

Hou.se Sritiii . >\ 



^ 



REPORT Of VUAHirY Ita.sriTAL—ms. 87 



Pathological Department. 

m. \ 



GHAUT Y HOSPITAL, 

Stmt: of Loxnsa i 

New Oki.kans. February t. 1895 



Td itio IK)in>rftbleBoard of Administrators of Ute Charity OoapttaJ : 

(i<i,tiemen—\ beg to report that the following worts has been 
done in the J^thoIogicaJ Department during the year ISSgJ: 

Autopsies held ISO 

Specimens of Urine examined . ,,,,, ..1072 

Specimens of Tumor examined p 

Specimens of Sputum stained and examined for Bacillus 

Tuberculosis ^i^ 

Specimens of Fluid examined U 

Different Pathologial specimens examined 2 

Sections oul ofo*2 different specimens, L0 (average) of each .. 520 
Sections permanently mounted for microscopical collection... vz 
Photographs taken in 

2206 

EespectfuUj submitted, 

NKNI.'Y DICKSQB lUilNS. 

]'vriHH.iii;i 



38 S '/'. I TM < > F LO ( 'LSI A NA . 



Annual Report of the Dental Clinic. 



CHAKITV HO.SIMTAL, ) 

State of Loots] \na. .- 

Ni;w(Ii;i.kans, December SI, L891. \ 

Hr. A. ii. Mill-*-. iloHM-'Sorgwa: 

Dear Sir— \ herewith transmit the report of the Dental Clinic 

for the year ending December 31. 1892 : 

T»t nl miinU r "I" patients 1169 

Hale • 458 

Female 702 

Total extractions 1607 

Permanent teeth 1331 

Deciduous teeth 276 

DISEASES TKEATKD. 

Periodontitis 218 

Pulpitis :1 ' 1 

A i\ filial' abscess 756 

Alveolar absorption..... ••■• 134 

irregularity corrected.. ■ 10 

Eemoval of epulis, i 

Ki-iaoval of necrosis, alveolar process 1 

Respectfully submitted, 

ANDREW (i. FKIEDRICHS, M. D., 
L. D. AKCHLNARD, D. D. s. 





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REPORT OP CHARITY HOSPITAL- 1S9S. 39 



Annual Report of Ambulance Service for 1892. 



MBER Of CAXXS. 

Surgical 646 

Mi'ilical I», 

Dressed ' ™o 

Conveyed home 6g 

Obstetrical 25 

Died ' -- 

* 180 

X()t tleeilell 36 

Transfer rails 5g 



Tl " :i1 1,484 

llt'sjifct fully sulmiitteil. 

h. JUSTIN. 

LlBKAKIA.V. 



40 



STATE of l.nrislAXA, 



ORD OF THE OUTDOOB DEPARTMENT, 1892. 

Taj,;.;. ,\'m, 1. 
Classified by Dtoei 



Nature <>i' Disease. 



Whin-. 



— — 



Colored. 



Total 



- 

£ 9 — : 

| 3-sl = £«? 

1 p< •_ - - 



Medical 8,067 1,73 

-al 6,118 2,244 

Nervous 1,021 «iT^r 

Venerea] and .^kin 1,944 182 

Gynecological 1,087 

Dls. of Boys not classified. l,".">4 

Diseases of Children not 

classified 8,601 

Diseases of Eye, Ear and 

i Tlii-ont , 2^97 8,738 

Odontologicfll 286 6130 



;,i)26j 7,810 
8,860 8,656 1,882 1,887 I 

1,693 

1,125 884 1,469 3,885 
1,087 1,53 






1,734 

2,601 

6,080 
936 






470 



170 



1,784 

3,071 

6,030 
986 



Total 1 (1,465 18,186 29,661 1 6,314| 5,061 11,375 41,026 



REPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAZ- 



11 



Tari.e No. 2. 
Monthly Record, 1892. 



Muni hs. 



White. 



1 



Colored 



± i 



3 



April 1180 870 

M :l v 2055 It:"'. 

June 2118(1570 

July 19 -It l«01 

AuyiM 2122 1949 

September ia?7 1548 

October 1685 [512 

November 1703 1298 

December 1786 1188 



1 = 
- a 






Totals. 



— 



872 

427 

668 

622 
947 
924 

725 
868 



329'2050 
5853860 
530'868« 
643 3590 
703 (071 

WI93197 
1778003 
547 2974 



— 
= 

-£ 
* - — 



*_ S '— c 



Tin 1552 1198 
9922482 UlTn 
I0992685J2100 
■■11 2294 
1650:3069 2652 
1522-270] 2141 
1524:2540,2181 
12022430 17t:> 
I410J2649 1735 



ft 

■ a 
S 8*3 

Igg 

a 



488 

71 >7 
7<il 
Till 
687 
61S 
591 
(iiii 



Annual Total 15,471 13.13c 6,304 5,06U9,6liJ1.362.Wl8.W7 6,020 41,026 



i 



2751 

1652 
47,% 
1905 

5721 

4721 
4206 
1384 



There were 3,648 cases treated prior to April i, |a the [ndoor Depart- 
ment, 



LIST OF THE MORE IMPORTANT BURGIOAL OPERATIO 

I.N 1111 < It LIIT1 HllSI'lTAI. FOR tiik Vkau 1S63. 



0]HTafion. 



Kesult. 



I 

- 



i 

B, 
a J 



Diagnosis. Remarks. 






— 

1 



Abdominal Sections — 
Gunshol Wound.... 
Gunshol Wound. .. 
Gunshol Wound.. 
i tunshot Wound .. 
Gunshot Wound.. . 
Gunshol Wound.... 



Qunahol Wound 

Gunshol Wound 

Gunshol Wound , 

Penetrating Wound. 
Amputations — 

h ma 

Ann 

Ann 

Forearm .. 

Liafmnc' 

Fool tChoparte'j 

Fool (< Imparl - 
Leg 






l 
i 

l 
l 

l , 
1 
10 1 






J 



I Three Intestinal Wounds. One Mewiiieric Wound. 
1 One Colon Wound. One Wound <>i tin- Uesent 
l Two Wounds of Stomach. 
I Two Wounds of Stomach. 
t One [ntestinal Wound. 

i Five Intestinal Wounds. Three Wounds of the Mes- 
entery. 
1 Twenty I ntestinal Won 

1 Fourteen Woundsof Small Intestua 
liTen Perforation" <>l' the Sniiill Inii'Mini'*. 

2 Knife Wounds. 



Railroad Injury. 

Poisoned Wound of i In I [and, 

Compotuid Fracture of the Forearm. 

( 'ompound Fracture. 
Iroad Injury. 
i Frosl Bite. ' 

Machinery Injury. 
I ( Isteo Sarcoma >>( Ankle. 
II Railroad Injury. 
I Railroad Injury. Tetanus. 
I Lacerated and Contused Wound of Foot. 



l*g 



!•<-' 

Thigh 

Thigh 

Thigh 

Thigh 

Thigh 

Thigh 

Thigh 

Thigh 

Tbigb 

Thigh 

Synchronous Amputation of Thigh 
anil Lvjt 

MJckuliez'a Amputation 

Excisions and Resections — 

Tubercular Testicle 

TuUrrular Axillary Glands 

Epithelioma of Arms.... 

Epithelioma of Face 

Epithelioma of Lip and Submaxil- 
lary < Hands 

Epithelioma of Bar 

Epithelioma of Tongue 

Tarsal Hum- 

Axillary Qlands 

inferior Maxilla. 

Inferior Maxilla 

Inferior Maxilla (half] 

Carcinoma of Parotid Region 

Carcinoma Inferior Maxilla Region 

Fibre-Cystic Tumor of Breast 

Fibro-Sarcoma of Breast 

Lipoma of Breast 

Sctrrb.ua of Breast 



I 

4 
1. 
1 . 



i Tubercular Necrosis of Tibia and Fibula. 

! Necrosis of Bones of Foot. 

1 Compound Fracti 

1 Chronic Ulcer of Leg. 

1 Thrombus Femoral Arterj . 



I 
1 
1 

1 
l 
1 
1 

2 

1 

i 

1 
8 

I 
I 
I 
i 
i 
) 

3 
1 
1 
1 
I 
I 

■: 
2 



Railroad Injury. 
Railroad Injury. 
>ia of Tibia. 
Gunshoi Wound, 
< mnshot Woinal Foot". 
• lunshot Wound Leg, 
Tubercular Knee Joint. 
i tengrene of L< 



< Jangrem . 
83 philitic). 
Septicaemia. 
Gangrene. 



Hailroail Injury. 
Necrosis of the Calcis. 



( !ongenitai E^uino-Varus. 
Tubercular Enlargement 
Sarcoma. 

Ostin-.Surcomii. 
Necrosis. 



«0 



LIST OF Till'. MORE IMPORTANT *l*R< il< 'AL OPERATION'S -('..ntixii,.. 



± 



Operation. 



Result. 



Excisions unil Rcsoi-iimi* t'riiiiin 

Breast 

Kl!>"\\ Joll 

Elbow .fdiiii 

Rib , 

itiii , ;; 

Lipoma Lumbar Region 

Shoulder 

Herniotomy — 

Hernia 

Hernia 

McUurnei 



■8 

> 

a 



I 



= 
- 



i 



Strangulated 
tncareei 

tllcaJ < un 
Radical ( lure 
Incisions — 

Abeoeae of Liver 

rotal Ai i-i-i'— ■ ...... 

intra-Mural Abdominal Abeam 

Peri-Rectal Aba 

Gluteal Abscess 

■i Abscess Thigh ... 

Tubercular Iliac Abscess 

Hip Joint 

Afnldjiiiniil 



Diagnosis, Remarks. 



i Epithelioma. 

i Gunshol Wound. 

l Suppurative Synovitis. 

I Empyema, 

I Abscess of Liver. 

I 

■I 

i 
i 

i 

ii 
i 

_ 
■i 
i 
i 
i 

1 Suppurative Arthritis. 
I Pelvic Abas 



- 
c 

I 



( 'ystotomy Supra-pubic. 

Hon ot IVni- 



1 



Arnputat 

Amputation of Penis, Removal In 

gttinal ( Hands 

Amputation of Penis 

Operations mi the Female Generative 

Organs — 
Hysterectomy, Vaginal 

Hysterectomy, Vaginal ' 

Laparotomy , 

Laparotomy ■■ 1 

Laparotomy , ' 

Laparotomy I 

Laparotomy i 



Ligations— 

Externa] [Uac 

Femoral 1 

otomy — 

Occipital Bom- 1 

Inferior Maxilla ... 1 

Clavicle ., , , 1 

Sternum 1 

Radius , 2 

Ribs S 

Tibia 11 2 

Fibula 1 

Tarsus 1 

Operations on the Genito-Urinary Or- 

08— 

Hydrocele 

Hydrocele 2 

Urethrotomy, Internal ,, 1 

I frethrotomy. External., 

Urethrotomy, External 

I rrethrotomy, External 

Divulslon. 



l 



1 Traumatic Femora] Aneurism. 
1 Aneurism of Femoral, 

1 Necrosis. 
l Necrosis. 
] Necrosis. 

1 Necrosis. 

2 Necrosis. 
:; Necrosis. 

13 Necrosis. 

1 Necrosis. 

2 Necrosis. 



2 VolkiiKinn'.- Operation. 
2 Radical ( lure. 

■icture of Urethra. 
t; Stricture of Urethra-Urinarj 1 aflltration, 
7 Stricture of I ivthr.i. 

1 ( :hronie < 'yBtitis, 

i Stricture of Urethra. 

2 ( Ihronic < >>iiii>. 
5 Epithelioma. 



1 Epithelioma. 

i Pliagndenic Chancroid. 



3 ( lancer of Uterus. 

1 Prolapse of I Iterua, 

1 Fibroid of Utn 

I Subperitoneal Fibroid, 

1 Submucous Fibroid. 

1 Fibroid of Mesentery. 

I ( 'nlldiil Cancer of Omentum 



LIST OF THE MORE IMPORTANT BURGICAL OPERATIONS -Ooxmnued. 





Result. 




i 










-6 






Ope ration. 




i 








Diagnosis. 


iiemarks. 




i 

= 


£ 

= 

— 


— 


3 


^ 

£ 







Operations on the Female Generative 
Organ* « bnttnu ■ I 

i tophorectum^ 

Oophorectomy. Ventral Fixation... 

Oophoreetomy 

i tophorectonty !l 

Oophoreetomj , , 1 

Oophorectomy 

Oophorectomy 1 

Oophoreetomj' - 1 

Ovariotomy 9 

Colporrhaphy, Ant ^ 

Perineorrhaphy IS 

Perineorrhaphy 

Perineorrhaphy 

Trachelorrhaphy •! 



ebelorrhaphy, 
Suturing Recto-Vaginal Fistula .. 
Suturing Vetslco Vaginal Fistula., 

Vaginal Incision ... 

VRginal incision 

Vaginal Incision 

us, Polypiwof 

Rectal Polj pus 



•_' i ' s - 1 i ■ • Ovary. Saiping 
I Prooedentla. Ovaritis. 
6 Suppurating Tubes ;ncl ( >varie* 
9 < Ihronic Halpingil la. 
I Prolapse of Ovar 
1 Callofd < 'aneer of < 'varies. 
l Sarcoma of Ovaries. 
] System Epilepsy. 
:; Ovarian < ysts, 
im 'ystocele. 

18 Lacerated Perineum. 
l Lacerated Perineum. 
1 Lacerated Perineum. 
3 LaciTiition <>( < Vrvix. 
] ( iervical I iyper| I 



Uystocele and Rectocele. 
Procidenl ia. 



1 

[ Suppurating Dermoid Cyst, 

2 Pel\ ic Ab (ceas. 

lJHtibnn us Fibroids. 

SiEeraneur. 

a 



Operations on t lit- Female Geaeratd 1 
i hvana- ■Continued. 

Currettlng Uterus - 

Currettlng [Jterus 6 

Currettlng Dterua ' 

Currettlng Cervix 

OphMmliiiir Operationa— 

I ntunict..'. 

Enucleation 

Enucleation - 

Enucleation 

Enucleation ■•■ 

Operation of Nose and Tlirtmt — 

Rhinoplasty • 

Operations, Silscellarieoua — 

Double Hare Lip 

DivuteioD Rectal Stricture 

Hemorrhoids 

Tracheotomy ■ 

Trephining — 

Skull ; ■- 

Skull 

Skull 

Skull 



2 Retained Placenta. 
!i EndometrltiB. 

1 Metrorrhagia. 
•j Epithelioma. 

10 

2 Glaucoma. 

1 Penetrating Wound of Eye BalL 
l Sarcoma. 

4 

4 Epithelioma. 



Ligation. 

Tabercular I'lt-cratUm « ►(' Larynx and Praehea. 



I i lunahol Wound. 
2<Compound Fracture of Skull. 
1 Fracture of skull. 
I Epilepsj . 






i* STATE 01 LOUISIANA. 

REPORT OF AMPHITHEATRE SERVICE FOB 1892L 

i in I Ad- 
Cltnlc. mttted, 

January. 141 

l ■ bruary 108 i;4 

March 113 26 

April Ill) 34 

May , 157 20 

June , 154 25 

•Inly , 152 1*5 

August , His at 

September ir& 28 

October nut 2fl 

November „.., i 168 L6 

December 20] 24 



I Otal ],7!M 

Grand total 2,077 



SUMMARY OF OBSTETRIC CASKS, 1892. 
There were ISl cases of Obstetrics. 

White 119, Multiparas ~u. 

Colored 711. EMmiparce 1 10. 

PRESENTATIONS. POSITIONS. 

Lefl Oeciplto-Anterior irjfi 

I Bight Ocefplto-Anterlor.... ^<, 

Vertex ISM -, Rlghl Ocetplto-Posterior 14 

; Lett Ocdpto-Poeterioi , ; 

1 Uncertain , 4. 

f Left SscroAnterior..... 4 

Bras iij Right Saoro-Anterior .] 

(j.cii Sacro-Poaterior 

Footling 2] . , .> 

Slum!. I,. i' .„.l\ 1 

Unknown 22-j 

H \N\KU OK DELIVERY. 

Naturnllv ._. 

1 1. 1 

By Forceps 

By Manual Traction a 

Podalk- V. _ ,, 

Caesarian ^(.-tion 



REPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1& 49 
MORTALITY OF HOTHKB8, 

Of tin- 189 cases " mothers died, making a mortality of ;i little less 

Hum 4 per cent. 

causes of MATii. 

Puerperal Septicaemia j 

Puerperal Septicaemia. Poet-Portum Hemorrhage I 

Exhaustion. < laesarfan Section , 1 

Phthisis Pulmonalie 2 

AJbseeas of Liver (Multiple) | 

Chronic Malarial Toxaemia I 

ft 

COMPLICATIONS OF CONFINEMENT. 

Delivered naturally, without accident ijjn 

Prolapse of Cord , \ 

( !ord around Neck.,... it 

Ann with Head. ... 1 

Born with Caul g 

inertia of Uterus g 

Adherent Placenta 4 

Laceration of Perineum 

The number of children bono were 189. 

Male S" Living 171 

tie 102 BUll-bora r, 

Most of the atiil-uorn children were delivered before Hi«- seventh 
month. 



50 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



TABLEAU !. 

MONTHLY STATEMENT. 






January 707 

February W8 

March.. «70 

April 652 

May 

June......... 828 

July 

August 876 

-.■|>l. IIL.I «1T 

October 692 

November 890 

I teoember 708 

Total «7i) 



•a 

< 



I 



■i 
£ 

- 



P =5 



— 
q 



750 


594 


110 


•at 


5 


597 


526 


»8 


in 


ii 




199 


96 


l!l 


7 


■VI 1 


139 


88 


ii 


7 




4im 


96 


12 


8 


r,4d 


478 


86 


8 


10 


r>7.s 


468 


74 


17 




788 


823 


87 


19 


6. 


7Mi 


<>17 


98 


18 






642 


104 


12 




m 


687 


nil 


21 


8 


771 


842 


96 


15 


S 


77:« 




Ii:i5 


185 


8] 



COMPARATIVE TABLEAU. 





1891. 




IM12. 






■ 




M 










......... Ni> 

147 






Births 


Births 








Coroner's I in 


74 










REPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL 






51 



TABLEAU 

ing th RespecHvt Ages of Pattern who Died in Ok Charity 
Hospital in th- Y, or f, 



WHITE 



— r*, 






Under ] year 

1 year to 5 years i 

5 yeare to hi years 1 

10 years i<> 15 years I 

are to 20 yeare 4 

20 years in 1~> years 3 

25 yeare to 30 years 

SOyearsto W years g 

In years u> 50 years ..... 14 

50 years in 00 years p 

BO years to 80 years g 

mi years to 00 years 1 

00 yean to 100 years 

100 upward ". 



2 


a 


"i 


2 


i 


2 


3 


- 


1 


■> 


It 


Hi 


'1 


B 


IL< 


II 


.-, 


■ > 



4 .1 

■1 :: 



. 



1 



■1 

12 
12 

7 12 
2 



8 
2 1 

... 2 

8 i; 

2 5 

; Hi 

12 5 

II :, 

id g 

] 



.' 



•-. -i i 
8 7... 

6 IT 17. 

1012 Hi 

B li IT 

8 T 13 

! 



l.s 

20 

u 

50 

1211 
l-l 
III' 

103 

Id 

I 



Total. 



(ill ol 52 54 50 is |s |.; ;,:, i lti #, 49 (wl 



TABLEAU 

>0 ' / '' Bespi ■ Patients who !>;• f 

Hospital in flic Year 1S9S. 



in itn Charity 



COLORED. 



-2 -1 ~. ". Jsj 






^ > -■ 
~ - ^ 
r fc _ 



Under 1 year 

I in 5 years 

5 in 10 years 

in in 15 years 

15 to 20 years ~> 7 

20 to g 4 

25 to 80 yearn 7 4 

;;li to ■ ., .-, 

40 in .">ii years 7 1:; 

KO iniiii years 

80 in 80 years 

80 in 00 ■ 

BO to 100 yeare 

IO0 years upvt ards 



S .1 



I 

"a 
5 3 
e 



1 a 2i...i 1 2 



Total 



P 
16 



• 



t 5 I 

!i 6 6 

1 8 8 

2 i g 

8 I 8 

-1 5 a 

.. i; 5 

1 2 1 

1 



... 1 1 

1 4 :; 
6 H [8 
<i r, 5 

in Ml 7 

2 7 4 
:v 8 2 



ii g 



2 

6 

48 

71: 
B6 

Sll 

(IT 

117 

is 
li 



....511)7 W|29:3«i37!26 II I::;.s.-,J -17 504 



STATE <>!■' LOUISIANA. 



Nativity of Patients ddmitledfrom January 1 to December SI, 189&. 



Fuukh.nkio. 



b % 



~?. < 



i 



a 
1 .. 



... 1 



Africa 

Austria 

alia 

Arabia 

Asia . 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Canada 5 '• 

China 

( 'uii.i 1 sji,... 

Denmark 3 3 

England If* U| 10 

K:isl liulii'S 

E«j pi 

Finland .. I i .... 

France :;l 16 18 

Germany 18 

Greece 2 ] 



— J: = 
" -. 

1 

4 



1 s 
>■ 5 g 



a = 



- i z ■?, - 



i i 

Z "i 

.„„.._. 



4 e 
... ,.._ 



8 4 g 

z "-yz 






i i. 

2 2 4 
II s 16 



Uuadalupe 

Hanover 2 3. 

Holland 1 

Hungary ] i 

Ireland 81 50 ■".! 

Italy 18 (8 12 

Japan 

Malta 

Manilla 1 j 

Mexico ^ 

Norway 

>• l;i 

Newfoundland. .. 
New Brunswick 

Portugal 

Prince Edwards' island-. 

Poland 

Russia ! 



I ... 
1<> I 

II 2fl 

1 



.... 1 .. 

.... 1 

•2 2 H 

J 2 

.... 2 2 

U In 20 

.... 1 

1 . 



1 



17 28 is 
46 12 IS 

1 1 1 



I .. 



1 

1 1 

S3 i~ n 

I:: 12 II 



-> 1 1 

2 1 

42 o4 58 

;■> 34 



58 81 



1 -J 



Spain 

I 

Syiiii 

Sweden 

Switzerland , 
s<iutli America 

I Inknown 1 

w i si [ndiea a 



■i 
8 

I 



4 2 3 

5 2 a 



... 1 

2 1 

... 1 






1 

11 
2 



TotaJ 248 179 168 157 1*5 150 1U8J224 



1 



8 

B 
2 4 

2 2 
6 8 



2 5 ti 

a 

1 

2 .... 1 
15 is if. 



.... 2 -2 
23 16 21 
5S 47 57 



58 



^ 22 34 



1 

1 
fi 

1^ 

7 

1 

44 

7 

17(i 
1 
1 

7 

10 

< 

1 
10 



211 240 





1 


1 




1 








2 




4 












4 












J 









^Hi24: 



UK PORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL- 



63 



Nativity of Patients Admitted from January i to December SI, 1892. 



United States. 




Alabama . 

Arkansas 

California 

( 'nl« 

I Ion uectical 

I>ist. of Columbia 

Delaware 

Dacotah. 

Florida. 

( teorglu 

J llinoia, 

I ndiaiia 

Indian Territory 

Iowa 

Ken! i. 

K M I 1 - 

Louisiana 
Maine 

M:ir\ 

Massachusetts 
Mississippi 
Missouri 
Minnesota 
Michigan 
Nnv York 
No nl i Carolina 
New Jersey, 

I [ampabire 
Nebraska 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 
Soul 1 1 Carolina. 
Tennes 
Texaa 

now o 

inia 
Vermont 
\v law insln 

Total 507 U8|375 3B2|361 888 I 522 W8529J84W 



",4 



STATE OF LOUISIANA, 



Employm<„i of Pattmte Admitted during the Year 1892. 



Artists , 5 

Agents I 

Book-keepers 15 

Butchers , 7 

Broker... 1 

Boiler Makers 4 

Bilker* 23 

Barbers s 

Blacksmiths 16 

Bartenders , n 

I Srirk layers 4 

Brewer I 

Book Binder 1 

1 loopen ..- p; 

Cooks , -I 

Clerks 

Carpenters , 111] 

Caulkers 2 

Cigar Makers 5 

1 -Hector ] 

Coppersmith . 1 

Car Driven 22 

Cabinet Maker 1 

Circus Man 1 

Cotton Sampler. t 

Contractors 3 

Dairymen 5 

Driven 1^ 

Drummers 7 

Druggist j 

Engineen 34 

Farmers 127 

Fishermen 17 

Fruit Dealers 2 

Firemen 4 

Gardeners 24 

n 2 

Gas Fitters 2 

Hostler j 

Flutter 

roe Dealer j 

Journalist*!. ' 3 



Judge , j 

Jeweler, ] 

Jockey 1 

Knife Grinder 1 

Laborers 

Lighthouse Keeper 1 

Lumber Inspectors 3 

Lawyers g 

Machinists gg 

Mechanics ^7 

Medical Student 1 

Millers,.. g 

Miner j 

Musicians - 

Merchants 1 1 

Moulders., 4 

Ministers , g 

Newsboy , j 

Notaries Public •» 

_ * 

Overseer j 

Printers Je 

Peddlers j.> 

Pilots 2 

Police Offlcere... " 10 

Painters.. 4 = 

Photographers .> 

Physicians a 

Va\vv Hangers 4 

Plasterers , 

Railroad Iu*]>ector j 

Railroad Men ,, s 

Silversmith j 

Shoemakers , .» 

Saddlers . 

School Boys "" ( .„ 

Stone Cuttere '" 

6 team boat captain 1 

Sailors „„ 

Swampen 

Sehoul Teachers 

Slaters 

Steaniboatinen 



HEPOJIT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL-1892. 



55 



Employment Patients — Continued, 



Ship Captain 1 

Tailors IS 

Tinsmiths. 9 

Telegraph Operatora 13 

Telegraph Linemen 5 

Upholsterer 1 



United States 0. H. Officer... 1 

Veterinary Surgeon, 1 

Waiters 16 

Watchmakers 3 

Wiilehmen 3 

Total Employments 96 



66 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



BBPOBT OF DISEASES. 





si 

= 

"s 

s 

to 

e 

- 


Patients 
Discharged. 






NOMENCLATURE. 


t 

Ed 

_ 


i 

— 


i 

> 

e 

.1 

P 


i 

JO 

e 




\V | V w 


c|wlclw|o 


w 




GENERAL DISEASES AND I-'K\ \ 




3 




(I 

13 

1 

I 


■1 


8 


I 
1 
2 


2* 

1 
1 




Anaemia, ( Ihrontc 


5. 


2 

'. 10 


1 






"* 


Anaemia, Spina] 
































Diphtheria. General Paralysis 
















1 




Erysipelas of Ann 






i 






























1 . 
1 .. 


25 
. 2 


7 
1 
■1 


l 








1 














Erysipelas of K<»>! 
















] .. 
3.. 
8 . 


3 

. 8 
8 














Erysipelas of ],vg. 

Genera] Debility 


1 

n 


4 


.1 


8 


2 


1 

-i 


" mil nil Debility. Parotiditis- 


( leneral Debility. 1 •.■—... . 
















1 

"\ 
X 
















1 




... 






























i 
i 


Da < trippe. Bronchitis 


] 


1 A 
1 


2 


1 


... 


... 


1 


La Grippe. Congestion of I»u 


l.n Grippe. Diarrhoea 
















i 


La Grippe, Epilepsy 






1 
26 










La Grippe. Influenza 






II 


1 


1 


1 
1 




Irippe. Incised Wound of Knee 










rippe. Inanition..... . 


















La Grippe. Pharyngitis 




1 




2 










La Grippe. Phthisis Pulmonalie 






La Grippe. Pneumonia 




4 
1 


5 


1 


■ 


... 


-1 




La Grippe. Otitis, Media 






La Grippe. Senility 




... 




•> 








1 
I I 


6 

2 


7 




Maluriiil Fever, < Continued 




127 in 


.... 


Malarial tntermlttenl Fever, Quartan 

Malaria] Intermlttenl Fever, Quotidian 

Malarial Djtermittent Fever, Tertian 

Malaria] Fever, Pernicious 


7 "l 

3 : 


! 122 

1 


» 


1 ... 
22 5 
16118 






Malar) Remittent 


12 I 

18 : 

lL 

2 1 




17 2 
l|... 


S 

2TJ 

1 




I? 


Malarial, Toxaemia 


; 67 1_ 


4 






1 













REPORT OF VIFARTTY IK hSi'lTAF^mg. 



67 



REPORT OF DISEASES— ruvTiiansD. 





so 

Q 

*5 


Patients 

Discharged, 






NOM EN CL ATTTEE. 


S 

= 
- 

a 


i 

a 


■s 

I 

a. 

a 


i 

I 

c 

a 

3 
& 


i 

Q 

1 
CM 


1 


W I • |wiolw|o 


w j o 


GENERAL DISEASES AND FEVERS. 


8 

10 


... 


J 
11 

:: 

6 

18 

1 

s 

e 


















(1 

"l 
1 

11 

"a 


.-,i 

:, 
'.i 

Hi 
18 
2 

6 
4 

■1 
1 


2 

7 

i 

if; 
8 

VI 

1 

i 

"i 


2 

7 


2 


"l 




Rheumatism, < 'hroiiic 




Rheumatism, Syphilitic 


- 
7 
8 


6 


7 
•J. 
8 

1 


"i 








Rheumatism, Articular, Sub-Acute 






1 

1 


... 




f;hiiiiii:ii isi ii, Muscular, Chronic 


1 
1 


1 


... 








i 


i 














6 


E 








23 


11 


] 




























1 




















i 




















1 






















i 




















1 

1 

1 
1 
1 


















1 
































































































1 

■2 
i 






Bcrofutosis 










•z 


•2 


L 


"V; 

i 


i 


Typhoid Fever 




I 


4 
2 


i 


a 


Typbo-Malaria] Kevrr 


1 
1 


Tl'MOUS. 










- 


i 












1 
1 
















... 


... 




Carcinoma ofNeek 














i 


1 arcluoma of Rectum 

-Inllllicll 


1 




,„„, 






... 


:; 

1 

:; 
1 


1 
1 


i 
i 
e 

i 


"a 

4 


• Carcinoma of 1 'terus , ,. 






1 








:; 









58 



S'TA TE OF LOUISIANA, 



HKi'orrr of diseases— CoyTiinnaj. 





si 
c 

a 


Patients 

Discharged. 






NOMENCLATURE. 


a 

g 

m 

— 
— 


i 

a 


> 

£ 

a. 

3 


I 
£ 

- 


i. 

- 
-S3 




vv|< 


w |c 


W|C|\V|i | 




TUMORS, 

Cyst of Broad Ligament 








1 
1 


1 




i 


"i 
















< 'v-t of< Iviirii-.- 






2 
1 


1 














1 




i 


















i 






punitive 






1 










... 


Epithelioma of Arm . 












t 

i 
i 


"i 

i 

i 


2 

1 




Epil helioma of Breast .. . 






1 
1 


1 


"i 
i 

i 
l 


i 




K] iK In li' una of i 'i r\ i x 

Epithelioma of Face 


1 






Epithelioma of Eye 








Epithi Ear 










... 


Epithelioma of Inferior Maxilla .. 










... 


■i 






Epithelioma of Leg 












Epithelioma "i Lip 

Epithelioma of Lower Lid... 

!■ HiMn;i <>f M:imiiiiU'v Gland 


1 




1 
1 
3 


1 


l 




i 


... 


■ ■ ■ 


Epil helioma of Nos 


1 






Epithelioma of (Esophagus 










Epithelioma of Peals. Amputation. 




3 










i 
i 

i 






Epithelioma of Scalp 


























Epithelioma of Tongue 


1 






1 

1 




i 






Ffbrotd ,.(' f|;iin! 




Fibroid of Face 








i 






Fibroid of Omentum _ 











i 


... 




























Fibroid ol l tenia 




J 


1 
1 


i 


l 


l 


i 
i 


10 

1 




Fibro-Sareoma of Breaat 






















1 








Lipoma of Back 


1 




1 

1 

1 
1 




















1 




] 
1 
















l 


... 


•) 




























! 

























BEPOET <>r CMARITT HO&PITAL—im. 



UK PORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



58 



NOMENCLATURE. 



u 


]';i tic nt.s 


1 


Discharged, 






t 






■a 

01 








> 


- 


a 
1 


1 

3 


c 
— 
F 


a 

a 


04 


- 


M 


kJ 


W|C 


« |c 


w|cl 


w|o| 



1 

3 

a 

q 
« 

'— 
3 

— 



w 1 C 



Tt/MORS. 



^Sarcoma of Ankle 

Osteo-Sareoma of [nferior Maxilhi, 
Osteo-S&reoma of Leg 

pus of Nose 

Polypus of Rectum 

Polypus of Vagina ■ 

Polypusof dterus .- 

Sarcoma of Breast 

Sarcoma nl' Eye •-• 

Sarcoma of [nferior Maxilla ..... — 
Sarcoma of Gluteal Region 

S:ir<-mim lit' Leg 

Sarcoma of Mesentery 

Sarcoma of Ovary 

Sarcoma of Testicle 

Scirrhua of Breast 

die-Cell Sarcoma i>r Axilla 

or of Abdomen. Malignant ... 
n "I" Ej i- Lid 



DISEASES OF THE NEBVOUS SYSTEM 



Alcoholism, Amir 

Alcoholism, Chronic — 

Angina Pectoris 

< !epnalalgia -.■■• 

Cerebral Apoplexy 

Cerebral Congestion 

( 'civli ml Embolism 

l>ral Hemorrhage 

I)ra! Softening 

bro-Splnal Hclcrosis. Chronic, 

Chorea 

Concussion of Brain 

Congestion of Spinal Cord 

Compression of Brain 

Convulsions, infantile 

< '<>i!\ ulalons, i Iraemic 

ilgiu 

De 

Delirium Tremens 

Eclampsia ..,, 



80 



v/, !-//■: or r.nr/siAXA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



NOMENCLATORi . 



it, 



- 



* 

- 

W|C 



Patients 
Discharged. 



a 

_ 

w |c 



DI8EA8EBOFTHE NERVOUS SYSTEM 



ilepsy 

' iastraigln 

Hemicranla 

Hemiplegia, Left 

Hemiplegia, [tight 

Hydrocephalus. 

Hydrocephalus. Spina Bifida 

Hypochondriasis ' 

Hypereemia of Spina] Curd 

Hysteria 

imbecility , 

Insanity - 

Insolation 

Locomotor Ataxia i 

Lumbago , 

Mania, Acute 

Mania, Chronic 

Melancholia 

Meningitis, Acute 

Meningitis, Chronic 

Meningitis, « lerebro-Spinal 

Meningitis. ^|>iii!it 

Myelitis, Arm,- 

Myelitis, Chronic 

Myelitis, Sub-Acute 

Myalgia 

Multiple if Spinal Cord.... 

Neuralgia, facial 

iralgia, Intercostal 

ipra-Orbital ■ 

Neurasthenia 

Onanism , 

Paralysis, Agitaiu , 

Paralysis of Ann 

Paralysis of Face 

Paralysis of Fool 

Paralysis, < inn 'nil 

Paralysis of Lefl Brachial Plexus 

Paraplegia - 

Mai 

Pl< urodynla 

Pachy-Meningit is, Suppurative I 



I 1 



£ 

a. 

a 
w|ciw|c 



- 



■8 

5 
a 
« 



a a 






i i 



II 5 2 



1 
I 



1 



REPORT OF i If A h-try HOSPITA L- 



•;i 



REPOBT OF DISEASES— Co>-TiNri:i>. 



' 


'i Patients 
j Dlsehnrired. 




9! 

l ^ 1 
MI.MKN'('l,ArCRE. » T fe P 

£ > % £ 

o ffi fe c * 

3 *■ =■ "Z 3 
a = £ = 3 
ft, D A | gi |_g 

w)o w |c|w|olw|c|w|o 


DISEAS ES < ) K T 1 1 E N E RV< HS SYSTEM 


... 2...... 


4 2 













... 2... 


1 ... 


Spinal Sclerosis, Ascending 




Softening of Spinal Cord and Medulla. 






1 ... 








Tetanus, rdiopatic... 






1 S 






'J rismus NriMvniiiiin 




DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY 
SYSTEM. 






1 ... 

. 1 


Aneurism of Ascending Arch of Aorta 


Aneurism of Arch of Aorta 


Aneurism o\ Femoral Artery.. 




Aneurism oi femoral Artery, Traumatic 






Aneurism ol Femoral Artery. Amp'tionofleg 


! 






Aneurism hi Thoracic Artery 








Aortic Insufficiency and Obstruction 


1 
1 








1 ... 


Endocarditis, Acute 




Endocarditis, ( 'hronfe a 


1 8 


s J :j 


5 IS 
1... 


Fatty Degeneration of Heart.. 


Heart Failure, Acute 




] 


Lymphangitis, Chronic 

M i ll'jll I tlHllffil : , ] 

Mitral [nsuffielenev and Aorttc Obetruotion^ 

Mitral Insufficiency and Aortic Stenosis 

Mitral riMirftieiency and Pneumonia. 


1 

17 

1 


IT 10 61 
4 1 2 


7 8 






Pericarditis, Acute 

Pericarditis, Chi 

Phlebitis ol Femora] Vein 




! 1 . 


1 .. 
1 


Phlebitis of Leg 








\ arioose \ eins 


12] 


] 




DISEASES OF THE KKSiM HATOUY 
OBGANS. 

Asthma 


2... ].. 

1 _'... 




Asthma, Chronic 




a I2 


i '.'.'. 



62 



STATE OF LOL'/.SJAXA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Coj-tixuki). 



NOJII-'M I. .VI IKK. 



bo 

S 

- 



- 

I 
Oh 



PatillllM 

Discharged. 



— 
= 



1 

3 

w |c|ttMclw|c 



■- 



- 



w I c 



DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY 
ORGANS. 



Atelectasis ; 

Bronchitis, Acute , .. 

Bronchitis, < 'I ironic 

Bronchitis, Capillary 

Bronchitis, Sub- Acute 

Brol|i-]ii:il Asthma 

Congestion of Lungs 

Hemorrhage of Lungs Into Pleura Cavity, 

Hydn ",.. 

Laryngitis, Acute .1 



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I MM 

2L.I28 



1 2 

1 



Laryngitis, Chronic 

CEdemaof Lungs 

Empyema 

Pertussis 

Phthisis, Incipient 

Phthisis, Pulmonalls 

Phthisis, Florida 

Pleurisy, Acute '. 

Pleurisj . ( hrouic 

Pleurisy. Sub-Acute 

Pleuro-Pneunaonla 

Pleurisy with Effusion, Acute.... 
Pleurisy with Effusion, Chronic 

Pneumonia, Acute 

Pneumonia, i 'bronlc 

Pneumonia, * laseous 

Pneumonia, c Catarrhal 

Pneumonia, Croupous 

I'ni-i ila, ' 'I 

Pneumonia, Lobar, Acute 

Pneumonia, Lobar, Double 

Pneumo-] iydrothorax. 

Pulmonary < • 

Pyothorax 



DISEASES or THE DIGESTIVE 
ORGANS 



iris Lumliricoidea , 

Abscess of TousU 

CatarrhulJumidice I 3 



21 



4 . 1 
7 4 



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4n 1618049 



2 1 



1914 4 4 
.... 2 5 2 
... 2 

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2 \ 2. 



2. 
1 2. 



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4 2 

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REPORT OJ- CHARITY HOSPITAL— im. 
REPORT OP DISEASES— Continued. 



65 



NOMENCLATURE. 



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a 

a 


Discharged. 






a 






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9 


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DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE 
ORGANS. 



Cholera Infantum 

Cholera Morbus 

Cirrhosis of Liver 

Constipation, Acute , 

i ionatipation, Chronic ... 

Cong< .■Jiimi of Liver 

Diarrhoea, Acute 

Diarrhoea, chrome , 

Diarrhoea, Malaria] 

Diarrhoea, Sub- Vine .... 

Dysentery, Acute 

Dysenterj , ( luonic 

Dyaentery, Sub-Acute 

Dyspepsia, Acute 

Dyspepsia, < fhronic 

Dyspepsia, Malarial 

Kiihi rged Spleen 

Enteritis, Acute 

Km in. -I lolltis.... 

Fistula ili Ann 

Fissure of Anus 

Floating S] u 

Gastritis, Acute 

Gastritis, Chronic 

Gastritis, Bub-Acute 

Hemorrhoids, External 

Hemorrhoids, External and Internal. 

Hemorrhoids ) nternal , 

Hepatic Abscess ,.. 

Hepatitis, Anne 

Hepatitis, Chronic 

Hepatitia, Sub- A em.' 

Hepatitis, Suppurative 

Hernia, inguinal 

Hernia, Inguinal, Strangulated 

Hydatid of Liver 

Hyperemia of Liver 

rus , ^.^ 

Indigestion, Acute 

Intestinal Colic 

Intestinal Obstruction 



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16 8 
2-i 7 

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28 U 

1 

8 

4 

1 



1 
4 

I 

14 



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II 

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1 

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44 8 

4... 

4 1 

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10 

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8 4 
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2.. 



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1 
1 



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STATE 01 LOUISIANA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES-Cgnti.yued. 





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fl 

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Patients 
Discharged. 






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DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE 
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i 
i 

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4 


















Peritonitis, Suppurative 


















3 














I 
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I 

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li 










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2 


2 


1 




Pharyngitis, Acute , 








Pharyngitis, < Ihronie 


1 








... 








1 
1 




















1 














Btrieture of Rectum 




1 


1 
1 


i 
"i 


2 

4 

1 


i 
i 


i 


• . . 


Tenia Solium 




2 


"a 


... 








... 


Tonsillitis, Chronic 






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LOCAL DISEASES AND in.ii TI;IKS. 
3H ill' Arm , , 






















j 








... 


Abscess, Abdominal 




























] 




1 








Abscess til Ear 












98 ol Face 








2 




•• 


Poo 






4 1 

2 


1 

-' 
1 


i 
1 




Abscess, < (luteal 






i 

i 






Abscess ni' 1 [and 
















Abscess ni Hip.. 








... 


-->■! inguinal Itejjifm 






J... 


1 


1 






AbscesB ni' Kih-c, 




1 


... 






... 


Abweanol Lumbar Region 

Abscess, Mammary,, 






"1 




"a 


"i 


"i 


a 


i 


Abscess, Palmar 






4 

1 

1 


8 


. . 


Patella... 
















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Abscess, Pelvii 






T 


1 
1 

1 


i 
i 


i 


8 




Abscess, Peri-B 


1 




1 ! 


l 


Abscess, Plantar . 




' 




Abscess, Postpharyngeal , 














niSPORT OF CHARITY Hosi'i'i 



t;-, 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



N i i M B 8 C LATU BE. 



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Patients 




Discharged. 








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LOCAL DISEASES AND INJUIil ES. 



Abscess, Post-Auricular Region 

AI>H-r>.-, L'mi;i~. I'-ll-' Hist'USf 

Abscess, Popliteal 

Abst'CH.- nfSm-rul U<*ri=>Ti 

Abscess of Sub-MaxUlary Region 

Abscess of Sti|>i';i-( navicular Region 

Abscess of Bide. - - ■ - 

Abscess of Sternum. 

Aliwr-.- .tl'Tlii.uli 

Aden ■ ical 

Adenitis of Groin 

Ailcnii i- >»T Nci-k ... 

Adenitis, Suppurative 

Adenitis, Strumous 

Amputation of Ann 

Amputation of Finger 

Amputation of Stump of Index finger 

Amputation of Leg 

Axnputati f I [mid... 

Amputation ol Thigh. Thrombuaof Femoral 

Artery ■■•- 

Amtmtatl r Thumb 

rax of Neck 

( Eancrum < ' i ■ 1 - 

•uncle of Neck 

( larbunele of Thigh.. 

Clefl Palate 



t Contraction of Mum String Tendons 

Com i : Muscles of Thigh 



rature of Spine i 

Deformity of Nose 

Dog Bite of Leg 

■-i:i\i- 

Fish Bile of Leg 

Foreign Body in Fool 

eign Body in Throat. ... 

Foreign Body in Kyc 

Fistula of Inguinal Region 

Fistula i>t Trac ■ 

Foreign Body in Stomach 

Frosl Bite of" Feel 

Frost Bite of Feet. Amputation of Lega... 
T 



1 ... 

I ... 



1 . 






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STATE tit- t.Ot-/.\JA\A. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 





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a 

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LOCAL DIS1 \-i - \M> CNJTJBIE8. 










1 
2 


















4 
1 
























































































1 




1 
















1 
1 












1 


■■ 


1 

2 


















r . in- of < treat Toe 












1 


















1 










2 


















1 




'i 


1 
o 














2 


















Harelip 


1 
1 




1 


1 








Harelip. Clefl Palate 








1 










1 








1 




















1 










Inflammation of Mastoid <V)ls 














1 

1 


... 




itiH, Acute 








1 




"i 




... 












1 
1 
























1 




























1 














1 
1 


1 


i 




' 
















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siim- of Buttock/Tubercular 








BillUS of Jaw, Sii]ijiiirul Ive 




.... 






1 


i 




















1 
















1 








"i 






S|ilin(i'r in Hami 














TortlcollB 






1 
2 

1 




1 








Of Hack 






i 






























1 

1 




















2 


B 


i 
i 


1 

















REPOBT 01 (llMtlTY IHWITAL—IMH!. 



i;7 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



MiMlINCLATUHK. 



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Patients 


5 
"t. 


Discharged, 








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LOCAL DISEASES AND INJURIES. 



Ulcer of lied 

I leer of Leg 

Uloer of Leg, Chronic .... 

Ulcer of Leg, Syphilitic. 

- 

. Chronic. 

Ulcer of Rectum 

Ulcer of Scrotum 

(Jieer of Stump 

r of Thigh 

Ulcer of Toe. 

Web Fingers 

Whitlow.... 



BURNS. 

Burn of Abdomen, Forearm and Hand 
Burn of Abdomen and Hands, 1st degree 

Hum of Arm and ISiu-k 

Burn of Arms and Body, 3d degree - 

Burn of Arm, Bodj ana Legs, *tb dee 
Burn of Arm, Body and Legs, 2d degn 

Burn nd Buttocks 

Bum of Back, 3d degn b..... 

Burn ni Body 

Burn of Body and Thigh 

Burn of Bui fockfl 

Burn of Buttocks and Thigh 

Burn of Face, 2d degree 

Burn of Face and Hand, -Jd degree 

fhigh 

Burn of Fool 

Burn of Font, Jd itnd -\\\ degrees 

Burn of i Hu teal Region 

Burn of Hand 

Burn <>l' Hands 

Burn of Hands and Leg 

Burn of Hands and Toes, 2d degree 

Burn of Head 

Bun 

Burn of Lower Extremities 

Burn of Thigh and Lumbar Region. 

Burn of Shoulder, 1st degree 



IT 



13 



4... 1 

111 7 

1 13 Iti II 
3 






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II 



lis 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— OoFTHTOED. 





ii 




Patients 
charged. 






KOMKM I.ATFRE. 


K 
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— 


a 


1 

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5 


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LOCAL DI8I kSEfi \M) CNJUBEE8. 

CONTUSIONS. 

( ontnsion of Abdomen 






2 Si l 1 1 

2 2 11 

1 ... 








Contusion of Ankle 












.... 




isionof Arm. Septicaemia 












i 'r, riin-ji.it of Ann and Ride 








1 




< Contusion of Bacl 












< !ontusion of Bod v.. .. 






1 .1 :; 


i l 
i 




Contoaion of Body and Head 








i 




( iontuaton of < Ihesl 

i ibntusion of Cheat and Leg.. 








3 






Contusion of Cheat and ShotuN 








l 
i 










4 J 




( lontuaion of Foo( 


1 




10 4 2 11 
] 




i '"Hi n -:■ i ii ■ Region.. 












1 










■sun of 1 lip., .. ., 


1 


p 
1 


A 


i 








1 2 - 
U... 2 1 .. 
i 




< lontuaion of Leg 

usnon nf Leg and Shoulder 


1 




i Ion) union of Legs 






l 








1 




Contusion of Neck 


1 










Contoaion of No 










1 




Contusion of Perineum and Scrotum 

( lontuaion of Scalp 


... 




1 
5 

a 


2 1 ... 

... 1... 

1 2 1 




Contusion of 8hould< 








Contusion of Bide . . 








Contusion of Testicles 








i !ontualon of Thigh 






i 




DUM/OCATIONB. 






1 




Dislocation ot Clavicle 






i 






Dislocation of< ervlcaJ Vertebra 








1 






] 






















1 








i 

* 

i 
















2 


1 













REPORT OF CMAMITY HOSriTA I. 



ii!» 



BEPOBT OF DISEASES— Co>-T[xrr.i>. 



«OMENCLATtT»K. 



sc 

a 

a 

■a 


Patients 


Discharged. 








g 






— 


$ 






E 






T 




c 


"E 


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!,<>< Al, DISEASES AND I N.I I 1: 1 1> 









lUM.oi'ATInNS. 

Dtelocati) i Hip ' 

Dislocation of Inferior Maxilla ] ■■ 

Dislocn Shoulder 1 ■•■ 

DiKlncatinn of Tibia and Fibula. Tetanus 



1 







Frael un 

Fraetun 

Fraetun 
[fro (tun 

Fraetun 

1 -" 1 -: i < - 1 liTi 

Fraetun 

Fraetun 
Fraetun 

Fraetun 

Fraetun 
Fraetun 
Fraetun 
Fraetun 
Fraetun 
Fraetun 
Fraetun 
Fraetun 
Frael un 
Fracl un 
Fraetun 
Upper 

Frael ur< 
Fraetun 
Fraetun 
Potta' I 



!■■ I!.V« TI'IiKS. 



T< 



>■■ of Skull 

of both Clavicles 

of Clavicle 

of Clavicle and Ribs.. 

oj < :hi llagc of KneeJoinl 

of Carpal Bout of Knot 

of Clavicle. Pneumonia 

, Colics', [>ouble 

of I korsal Vertebra 1 

of Dorsal Vertebra, Tibia and l-'ilmUt ] ... 

i,f Femur 18 8 2012 3 1 



I 1 



of Femur, Intra < apsular 

of Femur and Forearm 

of Femur and Radius 

of Femur, Ununited 

,.i Fei •- Tibia and Fibula... 

of Fibula 

of Frontal Bone 

of Forearm 

of I [umerus 

of Ilium - 

of Inferior Maxilla 

of Internal Malleolus 

nt Lower Cervical Vertebra and 

Dorsal • 

<>r Malleolus 

"I' Lea 

of Malleoli and Fibula 

of Olecranon Process 

of Patella 

racture... 

of Pubis - 



.... 



1 



1 

•-■ * 

1 



- ! 
i i i 



; , 

i 
i.. 

2., 
I 



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S2A '/'/■; 0/ LOUISIANA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— CoirmrcED. 





=>. 


Fall 






a 

r. 


Dlachar] 












. 




g 

z 






T 


"3 


NiiMKN'CJ.ATnu:. 


- 




s 


> 

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2 




p 




i 




a 




s 






3 


. 




"£ 


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3 




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I OCAL DI8EA8EH v\H INJURIES. 



i:.\i n khk. 



i ure 
tare 

I II IV 

tare 

tare 

tare 

tare 

tore 

tare 

tare 

i Mr. 

iiiur 

tare 



ii!' Radius 

ni Radius and I'lua 

of ltil> 

dI" Itihs 

of Kill*. Pneumonia 

II 

of Skull, Depressed 

of Tibia .... 

of Tibia, I r mini [irl 

of Tibia and Fibula 

of Tibia and Fibula, Ununited... 
of Tibia and Internal Condyli 

Potto' Fracture 

of [Tina 

[ i; li M POl S U 



Of 



< 'ill . 

Comp. F 

arms . 
Comp. 1 
( <>iii[>. F 
( 'mull. !•' 

Wrtel 
Comp. F 
Comp. F 
Comp I"' 
i lomp. F 
* lomp. F 
( lomp. F 

Leg.. 
Coin]). F 
Comp. !■ 

Left... 
Comp. !■' 

Comp. !■ 
Comp. F 



ijii-iii!' Amputation 

racture of Anus. Amputation, Imtli 



racture of Femur . 

racture of Forearm .. 

racture of Forearm. Dislocation nf 



•j 1 



1 I 



racture of Foot 

racture of I Eumcrua 

raot are of Leo 

racture of Radtun 

racture of Skull. 

e of Thigh. Amputation of 



met 1 1 iv 
racture 



hi "1'iiiin and Fibula 

Ibia, Bight, and Fibula, 



racture of Tibia 

racture of I Una and IJuilm- 



r, 8 



2 1 



I 1 

4 1 



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l 
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i i 



REPORT Of i UM.-iTY BOSPITAL- 



n 



REPORT OF DISESASES-CoFTistJED. 



\t.MMNTLATTJHE. 



a 



- 

g 

- 



W | 



Patients 


' 


■Discharged. 








1 


1 




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> 

s 


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fe 


a. 




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LOCAL DISEASES \NU INJURIES. 

TURKS, COM POUND COM Ml M fED. 



i 'iuii|i. Chi!. Fracture i 

|. Com. Fracture of Tibia and Fibula.. 

wot atn. 



Wound, of Ann... 

Wound, i 'onti 

Wound, i tout used, of Fool .. 

Wound, 

Wound, ' ' of Scalp . 

Wound, < ktntused, of Side, 



D ASH l.ACKK \TKH. 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Fore- 

td 

Wound, ( Jon tutted and Lacerated, of Foot.. 
Wiui ml. Contused and Lacerated, of Eland 
Wound, < lontused and Lacerated, of Head. 
Wound, Contused mid Lacerated, of Lee... 
used and Lacerated, of Scalp. 



. DB, R0K8HOT. 



Wouud, 

Wound, 

Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 

Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 



Gnahot, of . 
Gunshot, of 
< rtinshot, nt' 

ni' In 

< inn-li I , Hi' 

( iunsl 

Gunah 

( lunshol . hi' 

< iunahot, hi' 

< illlisliiil. ni' 

Gunshot, of 
( iunshot, of 
Gunsl 

< (unshot, hi' 

< lunfibotj of 
Gunshot , ni 



\liilnnii i 
Abdomen [Sulci 
Abdomen, Four Perfor- 



Ankle 

Ann 

Ann and t 'beet 

Back. 

Back and Lun 

I 

Chest Snidde 

Eye 

Face 

Face and 1 [and .. . 
Face and Tongue., 
Fool 



2 i 

2... 



l 2 

1 



2... 

1 
2 

1 



7:! 



STATE 01 LOUISIANA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— COFTIH CED. 



MiMKNCl.ATL'KK. 



tii 


Patients 


1 


Discharged. 




i — 


- 






I, 


- 




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£ 






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-- 



LOCAL DISEASES AM) IN.M'RIKS, 



WOITNIW, tU'NHHOT. 



Wound, Gunshot, of Gluteal Region... — 
Wound, Gunshot, of Groin, Peritonitis... 
Wound, Gunshot, of Hand , 

Wound, Gunshot of Head 

Wo I. Gunshot, of Head. Suicide 

Wound, Gunshot, of Hip ..". 

Wound, Gunshot, of Hip and Ann 

Wound, Gunshot, of inferior Maxilla.. 1 

Wound, Gunshot, of Jntra-Clavicalar Region . ... 1 ... 

Wound, i : - - 

Wound, Gunshot, of Leg I 

Wound, Gunshot, "f Lung 

Wound, Gunshot, of Lumbar Muscle 

Wound, Gunshot, of Mesenterj and Trana- 

e Colon 

nd, i lunshot, of Seek 

Wound, Gunshot, of Nose and Finger 

Wound, Gunshot, of Scapula 

Wound, Gunshot, of Shoulder 1 1 

Wound, Gunshot, of Side 

Wound, Gunshot, of Supra-Clavicular Region 

Wom nl. Gunshot, "i Bnura-Maxilia,. 1 

Wound, Gunshot, of Tongue, Uvula and 

Vertebra I •■ 

Wound, Gunshot, of Thigh II 8 4 



' 



I l 

fc 



WnlMis, INCISED. 



Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound 
Wound 
Wound 
Wound 
Wound 
Wound 



incised, of Abdomen 4 3- 

Incised, of Abdominal Muscle.... 1 

Incised, of Arm. - - ■ - 

d, of Arm, Wrisl and Body 

Enclsed, of Back 1 1 ... 

Incised, of Back and Abdomen l ... 

[noised, of Big Toe 

incised, of Buttocks 

incised, of Chest 5 3 1 

Incised, of Cheat and Back l ... 

incised, of Eye ■•■ 1 

Incised, ot Face Ill 



V 



1 1 



I 1 






REPORT Oi CHARITY HOSPITAL- 



;:; 



REPORT OF DISEASES— COPTINUED. 



NOMENCLATURE. 



SI 

a 
"3 
"3 

B 

s 



41 



I'alielltS 

Discharged. 



>5 

"sis 
5 B S 



> 



I 



w |c[w|olw|c|wlc 



LOCAL DISEASES ANH I N.I OBI ES. 



WlilMiS, IM'ISKI'. 



Wound. Incised, of Fool 

Wniiiiil, rncised, of Band 

Wound, I netted, of Head, Face and Ann... 

Wound, incised, of Knee 

\Y ni, I noised, of Leg 

Wound, Incised, of Neck .... 

Wound, Incised, of Neck. Suicide 

W '1. incised, of Neck, Shoulderand Head 

Wound, Incised, of Scalp - 

Wound, Incised, of si.lv 

Wound, Incised, of Thigh 

Wound, [noised, of Throal 

Wound, incised, of Wrist... 



2 l •-' 

i a... 

i 



i i 



i 

i 3 I 

\ l 
1 
i 






i 1 



i 1 



WOUNDS, I, \< KBATHD. 



Vtound, Lacerated, of Abdomen 

Wound, i v rated, of Aim 

Wound, Lacerated, or Ann. Amputation 

Wound, Laeer it< A, of Ear 

Wound, Laeer Face 

Wound, Lacerated, of Fool 

Wound, Lacerated, of Forehead... 

Wound, Ulcerated, of Finger 

Wound, Lacerated, of Hand 

Wound. Lacerated, of Hand and Fingers.. 
Wound, Lacerated, of Labia Majors 

id, Lacerated, of Leg 

Wound, Lacerated, of Lip 

id, Lacerated, of None 

Wound, Lacerated, of Scalp 

Wound, Lacerated, of Scrotum 

Wound, Lacerated, of Thigh 

Wound, Lacerated, of Wrist. 

Wcil'Mi-, PBNETKA-TINQ. 

W< I. Penetrating, of Abdomen 

Wound, Penetrating, of Abdomen and Chesl 

\V< I. Penetrating, of Chest 

Wound. Penetrating, of Leg ' 

8 



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STATS OF LOUISIANA, 



REPORT OF DISEASES-Continued. 



NOMENCLATURE. 



te 


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Discharged. 








§ 
S 






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1 


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LOCAL DISEASES AM) INJURIES. 

KAl IM.VKKY INJURIES. 

Machinery Injury of Forearm. 

Machinery Injury of Hand.. 

Machinery Injury of Humen&'lin£ng'iiiid 

.. 



Machinery Injury oj 
Machinery Injury oi 



Railroad 
Iroad 
l ; ■ Uroad 
rbago . 
Etalln :ni 
Railroad 
RaJ Iroad 
Railroad 
Iroad 
Rail. 
Railroad 
Railroad 
Raili 
Railroad 
Railroad 



RAILROAD INJURIES. 

Injury of Ann. . 

Injury of Abdomen 

! of Body, internal Hemor- 



'"j" 1 id Hand 

injury <>t Forearm. Amputa 

i fj.i hi • 

Injury of Foot. Arnputjif ioii^' '' 
Injury of Fool and [iuud 

Injurj of Hand 

Injury of Leg. Amputal 
Injury ni Log and Arm 
injury of Leg and • 
Injury of Leg. Shook ... 
Injury of Lumbar R 






Sprain of Ankle 

•ain of Back 

i of Fool '"" 

Sprain of Knee. 



DISEASES <>!•' NOSE AND BAB. 



Otitis, Both Ban 

Otitis Media, Chronic 

!!!■'' 

Ofiti-i Media, Puru 

OzoBna 

Rhinitis., 






I 



1 .. 
i ... 






V 



. 



REPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITA I^lSSi. 



75 



REPORT OP DISEASES— Continued. 



KOMBNCL ATU KK. 



to 



B 

5 



— 



Patients 
Discharged. 



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DISK ASKS OF THE EYE. 



Amaurosis 

Atrophy of Optic Nerve , 

Blephoritis Marginalia 

Catanui. Senile 

Cataract, Congenital 

Cataract, Immature , 

Cataract. Senile 

Conjunctivitis, Granular, Acute 

Conjunctivitis, ( iranular, Chronic. , 

Conjunctivitis, Chronic, Granular. 

ipia Lentia 

Entropion, Low er Lid 

Glaucoma -■■-• 

Hypermetrophy, Astigmatism 

Erttis, Plastic, Acute 

Iritis Plastic. Chronic. 

I i-iiis Syphilitic 

inflammation of Lachrymal Glunri.... 

[rldo-Cyclitis 

Keratitis, Acute 

Keratitis, Interstitial.. 

Keratitis, Traumatic , 

Kerato-1 ritis.... 

Leucon a, Corneal 

Opthalmia ( ionorrhoaal , 

Opthalmia, Neonatorum 

Opthalmia, Purulent 

Opthalmia, R. Eye. [rldo-CycUtls I.. 
Occlusion of Pupil nad Cataract, O. U. 

Panophthalmitis 

Ptosis 



Eye. 



Phthisis Bulhl, I! Eye 

Strabismus, < ionvergeni ., 

Staphyloma, Corneal... 

■'m mi in. Chronic 

Ulcer of i loraca, Sloughing 

DISEASES OP FEMALE ORGANS 

OF (JEN Kit ATI ON. 

Amenorrheas. 

rvix 

Atresia of Vagina 



I 
1 

3 4 
2 2 

I !•_' 
I 



2 1 



8 1 



76 



STA TE OF LOUISIANA. 



KEPOKT OF DISEASES— (Juntinl'ed. 



■.iiUKM'I.ATCKK. 



- 
1( 



Patients 


Discharged. 






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r 




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: 


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DISEASES OF FEMALE one \\., 
OF UENER VMov 






Dysnieiiorrlicjea 

(Endometritis, leute 

Kiulometrltis, < Ihronic ...... I .. 

Endometritis, Fungous, 

Fistula, Rectn-Vagituil and Vesiw-VaginaL 

Fistula, Recto-Vaginal 

Fislnln. Yl-sir<>-V:ii:il1;l| . 

I lyperplasia .it < ervix 

Hyperplasia of Cervix. Kxc-isioil of Cervix,, 

Laceration of ( tervis 

mofCervix. Anted 
Laceration of Cervix. Bilateral 
Laceration of Perineum. .. '"j'2 

Laceratl f Perineum 2 I 

ration ol Perineum and Fissure of Rectum 

Lacerati 1 Perineum. Rcctoeea . 1 

Metritis, ( 'hronic I 

Metrorrhagia.., ."...."."."..'... 

boritfa, Acute.. /.""]"!"!" 

Ovaritis, ( Ihronic j 

< >vary, Prolapse ol 

a of 

Ovaritis, Suppurative 

Pelvic Cellulitis ..''.' [" { 

Pelvte Peritonll i- 

Pyo-Salpingitis 

Halpl ..SZ.....". ', 

Salpingitis, Chi \ •■> 

Salpingitis and Endometritis.. ... 

Salpingitis and Ovaritis, 1 'hronii 
Tulx* and Ovaries, Suppuration ol 

l.'tenis, A Hex ion or 

I tcrus, Anteversion of 

I Fterus, Fibro-Myomii ol 

I tcrus, Proeedcutla of 

Uterus, Prolapse of 

Uterus, I 

Uterus, Sub-Involution of 

Vaginitis, Acute 
Vulvo-Vaglnul Abw 



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1 


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1 


1 


1 





6 




1 




1 






2 

I 


2 


1 1 
1 





REPORT 01 ' HARITY HOSPITAL- 



REPORT OP DISEASES— CofTimiBD. 



.J . 1 


- 

= 

= 


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DIHEAHKN OF THE CJENITO 
URINARY ORGANS. 

Albuminuria 

Kii-jI,: '- Difsetise. l Hiroiiie 

Cjilciihis in Bladder 

wni-lwlon. Phimosis 

tltis, Acute 8 1 

Cystitis, Chronic I ] 

Cvstoeele . 1 

DlnU'tes, Mellitus. 

Enlarjred Prostate 

Enlarged Prepuce , i 

Epididymitis I 

rtiph\ "i' Bladder. ... 

nt ion ni' Kidneys 

1 I'iiikii ui'hi i | 

Hydro-Hieniatoeelc , .. 2 

Hydroceli I 

I Is [x-rtroph^ ni' Prostate 

I [yd km i I- . < 'ongenitaJ 

Incoul in. ni'-. ni' 1 'Hue 

Nephritic, finite 

Nephritis, Chronic .">... 

Nephritis, Interstitial, Chronic J S 

Nephritis, Parenchymatous, Chronic. 2 . 

Orchitis, Anil.' 

Orchitis, Bilateral 

Orchil is, Snppurul t >.-<■.. 

Orchitis, Trutmmtic 

I'.n :>;il- inn i-.U 

Phimosis 

Phimosis. (Edema of Penis.... 

Prolapse of Bladder 

Pyelitis, Suppurative ., 

Renal Congestion 1 

Retention of Urine 

Rupture r>f Urethra., 

Hperauitorrhoen ....." 

Stricture of Urethra 

Stricture of Urethra. < ystitis , 
Stricture of Urethra, Infiltration of I 
Surgical Kidneys, infiltration of Urii 






I l 



2 . 



2... 

I I 



1 I 






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4 8 

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1 



7 

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1 2 

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I ... 
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STAlKOf LOUISIANA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES- CoranruED, 





j 
1 


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: 


Patients 
Discharged. 






NOMKNCl.ATtrKK. 


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DISEASES ok THE GENITO- 
URINARY ORGANS, 








1 
) 










7 


2 


Urethra] Fistula 




1 


1 


1 




2 








... 


DISEASES AND CONDITIONS AT- 
TENDING I'TKlin GESTATION. 




















Abortion. Met rorrhagla 










1 






1 






Abortion. Pleurisy, Acute 










1 


Abortion, rhreatenod.. 


16 




107 














lancy. Dysentery 

Pregnancy. Hepatic AbseeaH .. . 


04 






... 


1 I 


■J 
1 

1 


... 


Pregnancy. Nephritis, Acute 

Pregnancy. Cteearian Section 




■ 








... 




... 


i 

1 
1 
I 


Pregnancy. Peritonitis 

Pregnancy, Septicemia 




'*' 


"s 




... 








... 


I'i'iiiiii uiv Birth. 












1 


ita. Metrorrn 






...... 

1 




1 








. . . 












Retained Placenta. Septicaemia.... 




















DISEASES OF THE BONES, JOl, 
AND BUR8.dE. 

Arthritis of Ankle Joint 


1 
1 






i 
1 

1 
I 


1 


i 


1 
1 
1 


■ 




Arthritis "t BJttee Joint Lei 


... 


3 






Arthritis of Knee Joint, Chronic... 


■■• 


Arthritis of Knee Joint, Suppurative 








1 




Arthritis Deformans.. 








1 


i llbow Join! 








1 








Ankylosis ol Hip Joint. 
Bursitis of Knit John 


1 




1 














1 il Auk le , 

rns... 
s <i| Vertebra 


1 


... 


1 


1 

... 





1 
i 










Inflammation of Shoulder Joint 


i 

7 


1 

4 




... 


Morltn- Cdxarins 


7 




1 














REPORT OF VBMifTY HOSPITAI^-iSM. 



79 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Ooptinukd. 





si 
s 




Patients 
Discharged. 






NOMENCLATURE. 


3 

a 

41 

66 

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i 

a 




1 

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B 

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DISEASES OF THE BONES. JOINTS 
AM) BUBSJE. 








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1 


1 


1 

i 










Necrosis ol ( lavicle 


... 


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1 


5 


"a 


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2 

T 


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Necrosis oi I- rental Bone 










I 














if 1 nferinr Maxilla. 


i 






1 


2 


i 
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Necrosisoi Inferior Maxilla and Nasal Bone 








Necrosis oi Innominate Bone 














1 












2 


■■ 


"l "1 






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... 


I 


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isis ol Him PI | rhumb.. 


















1 






1 


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1 
1 
1 

2 


... 










... 




2 


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"i 


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2 

a 


1 


i 


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is "i I ibia, Suppurath e 






1 
1 






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1 


Peri- Arthritis ol KneoJoinl 








Periostitis ol Frontal Bone 








Periostitis of l Ina 


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... 








1 

l 


i 








Bynovil i- ol Elbow Joint 


1 
















Synovitis ol Knee Joint, Chronic 

Talipes Varus. . 


2 




3 

1 

2 
1 




2 

J! 

1 
1 


$ 

1 










DISEASES OF THE SKIN. 
Dermal II is Simples 






I 
























i:i, ( hronii- , _ 

""' 

ma of Foot. 

Eczema oi Log ., . 


1 
2 




1 




jj 






... 


... 


... 


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Eczema oi Legs 


I 


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1 


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W.I •/'/: Of LOUIS/A vi. 
REPORT OF lMSKASHS-CoynvuED. 





=f 


Patients 






= 
I 


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larged. 






I 


1 


KOHBXCLATCBS, 


K 




I 






a 


1 


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DISEASES OF 'I'lIK SKIN. 

Eczema of Scalp ( „, j 

luaiuous .. i .. 

Elephantiasis of Leg 

Elephantiasis "!' Scrotum 

Herpes l-'mni.-ili- , I 

Herpes Zoster I 

»y . ... „ i 

Pediculosis Corporis. . .2.. 

Pediculosis Vestamentorum 1 

liigus Bimpli x 2 2 

1 * i- u i- i l i .-j Scnili>. 



Psoriasis 

Purpura I [emorrhagiea "." ...,,. 2 

Scabies, .. ;_._ g | 

Sycosis Parasitica I.. 

TOXIC DISEASES, 

Arsenica] Poisoning 1 

• 'Mural Poisoning 

Lead Poisoning, Acute "!"""!"!'...!"!!!! .. \ 

Lead Poisoning, < 'iir.mii- 

Opium li:i!>ii 

Opium Poisoning 2 J 

Opium Poisoning, Suicide j 

-in. Mercurial . I . 



1 li 



VENEREAL DISEASES. 



I Silt KM' 

t 'll;iin 
Chant 

( 'llMIir 

1 'banc 
( 'lm lie 
Ckanc 
< 'hanc 



Phagedenic, 
Suppurative. 





i"i<] :ni'i Bui 

rold and Gonorrhoea 

■il Phimosis 

roid and < Edema of Penis... 
roid of Vulva 

rotds iuhI Buboes , 



1 1 1 



:; 1 



I U 

1 ... 



r, -2 



2 ! 



11 11 
8 I 



l L. . 
I 'I 



REPORT 01 VllAUiTY HOSPITAL— 1^1.'. 



81 



UKl'ORT OF DISEASES— CONTINTJRB. 



MOi l;\rLATUKE. 



VENEREAL DISEASES. 



Chancroids, Phagedenic 

GonorHi'i'ii. Acute 

I tonorrhuea and Bubo 

Gonorrhoea, l'lii rifl 

Gonorrhoaa Epididymitis 

Syphilis, Secondary 

Syphilis, Tertiary 

Syphilis, Congenital 

Syphilis. Facial Erysipelas 

Syphilis Phthisis PumonaUe.. 
Venereal Warts.. 



I "■ 


Patients 




Discharged. 








£ 






TT 


& 






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c 










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6 2 

1 
1 



6 5 



30571212... 1 
47 281213 2 6 



1 . 



1 ... 
1 



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STA TE OF LOUISIANA. 



RECAPITULATION. 



xoMKNri.ATri!!-:. 



e ' Patients Discharged. 

= 
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3 
I 



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£ 



Total. 



w 



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102 

8£ 

121 

17.", 
ft", 
49 



Fevers and other General 

Diseases ]]4 11 mi «n, 

Diseases of the Nervous! 

System m 9 nu 34 

Diseases of ilir Cin-ulu- 

tory Organs, 6 2 4 4 

Diseases <<t~ 1 tic Respira- 
tory Oi . SS 88 89 Be 

Diseases of the Digestive 

Organs 51 31 307 192 

Diseases of the Gtei 

Drlnarv Organs.. I 11 9 

• the Female 
wot' Generation H 4 34 14 

Diseases and < londitions 
Attendingl tero-< 

,. I; " ' tS 3 117 78 

\ enereal Diseases. . ... M u 43 27 

Diseases of Mi<- Bones, | 

Joints and Bursa?.. - 28 6 28 '■> 

Toxic Diseases 1 n jo 1 

acs of tin- .skin .-, 1 

Diseases of tin- Eye.. ... 1", ., 27 g 

hi.-i ases of Ear and Nose 1 fi 

Local Diseases and inju- 
ries 

Cases nt Destitution and 

Malingerers 82 us 0' 

Total 497|216-2177Wl439 



w 



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127 

17 

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16 

88 

2 

258 



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128 1 I 






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129 
68 
32 

168 

120 
57 



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127 

20 

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3 

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■2 

131 



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18 17 

6 

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24 1 ! 

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83 57 



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8 7 



1763 

400 

96 

495 

7*> 
118 






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(i 108 42 



049 

110 

■i'27 
389 
153 

74 



106 

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51 t§ 

102 eg 

12 2 



S27 511 



Mil SJ 



181 831 601549912922 



GKNXBA I. HKl-AITi ri.ATIMN, 

January 1st, 1882— Patlente Patients Remainlnir Dec ;il u 

^remaining 888 Males White . " 1 ' 

Dec. 81st, 1892— Patfente ad- Males- Colored 

fitted nas "Jz Bjw 

December 31st, 1692— flemaks— White ., is<f 

Patients Discharged ..--.7:: Females Oolored '-,1 

Patient- Died 113 r> ., 



: 



Patients Remaining 718 



$421 Total of White and Colored... 713 



SEP0R1 OF CHARITY HOSPJTAL-ms. 



H'i 



Table of Admisthru, Discharges and Deaths for Sixty Years. 



Year. 



a 



3 



*I832 
1883 . 
1884,. 
1885.. 
1886 
1887.. 
1838... 



1840... 
1841 .. 
1842. . 
1843 

1844... 
1845... 

IS47.... 

1848 ... 

1850 .. 
1851.... 
1852 . 

185S ... 
I So 4.... 
1855..,. 

1800 . 
186) 



168 

262, 

265 
222 
228 
271 
2:;<.i 
287 
814 



i 

i 

•u 
< 



1,703 
2,017 
4,745 
!,!»!«( 
4,103 



383 
4ii| 
427 

HN!l 

719 



4,640 ]■!_.. 
:-;,s!to 688 
3,013. 855 
4,370 618 
8,088 1156 



2,170 

3,851! 

5,841 

<;,2f»5 

4,754 

6,103 

4,687 

5,041 

4,404 

.1.013 

5,840' 

6,1861 

s,d44 
11,880 
11,946 

18,476 

I8,420j ie;777!] 
18,085 15,0671 



Yka R. 



588 (-1863. 



1114 
1052 
1226 
585 



1864. 
1805.. 
1868.. 
1867.. 
1888.. 



3,6 1(»! 761 



■'V'"2HM1 1874 

6,059j 718 1876. 

6,440 563,1 1876. 

T.( '7 1 K55 1N77. 

2037 1878. 

10,010jl897 is::. 

12,18312745 1880.. 

15,989 1 ssi | ssl 

1871 1882.. 

20!W Ins;; 



572 
644 



18,182 9,9762702 I 

23!* 1 lsSf! 

8,601 974 1887 

:."it Hiir isss . 

VK'o 22(10 LSSO . 

11,257 13JI |s!Ki., 

12,2571890 1891.. 

7,!I]S 



12,192 
9,482 

8,897 
11,187 

12,775 

14,000 

891 8,666 

. . 6,016] 



375 

423 

1140 

I 738 

I 637 

660 

i 717 

672 

700 

513 
554 

525 

698 

iioo 
804 
643 
534 

DOS 
620 
647 
656 
888 
722 

642 
886 

713 



s 



■I. Ml] 

6,466 

«,320 l 

8,612 

■l.HSl 

6,177 

7,S:i7 

6,671 

6,641 

5,090 

5,231! 

4/ '45 

o,ii!«l 

6,002 

6,878 

■1,24-s 

5,848 

7,280 

6,i4a 

5,880 

5,794 
6,083 
6,706 



3,99B 812 
5,580, 669 
6,108|1122 
7,260 1488 
4,365, 490 
5,527 783 
6,764 1118 
6,730 891 
■»,s4<; 825 
4,124 993 
4,3611 800 
1,121 7.13 
4,7sii 742 
5,21>i > sir, 

4,6161120 

4,8901 093 
4,140 668 
4,351 826 
5,575 80S 
7,184 1018 
6,245 985 
5,2121005 
4,764 960 
943 
1,590 870 
1.02s !)2ll 
6,016 II 
5,634 102S 
1185 



'Present buildings erected in i- 
1 Nn report tot [888. 

Grand total of Admissions. 

Grand total of Dfaobarges.... , '..'' 

Grand totiil of iv^ths _''„'' 

Mortal "" "■' ' 

34 per cent 



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